Fulham midfielder Thomas Eisfeld has revealed doubts over his future with Fulham.
The former Arsenal player has been on loan at VfL Bochum in Germany’s second tier since February, but returned for Whites’ ‘Stongman’ fitness tests last week as they became the first club in England to report for pre-season training.
The German was once likened to Swedish star Freddie Ljungberg at the Gunners, but got few chances to impress and never cut it at Craven Cottage either after moving across London on a two-year contract in summer 2014.
Eisfeld was signed by deposed countryman Felix Magath, who lasted less than Eisfeld before his loan after just seven Championship appearances.
VfL finished 11th in the league with Eisfeld playing 12 times and scoring a single goal.
Now the playmaker is hoping to discover when he returns to full-time training with Fulham what boss Kit Symons has in store for him.
He said: “I am in a sort of limbo, and I have been back to Fulham just once.”