Fulham are pushing for promotion from the Championship as they look for an immediate return to the top flight following relegation.
The Cottagers were relegated last season after a one-year stay in the Premier League and manager Scott Parker has managed to assemble a squad that is capable of challenging for promotion back to the top tier.
Any club has to think about the makeup of their squad if they are looking for promotion at this stage of the season and Parker will be no different as he decides which players have a future at Craven Cottage if they were to find themselves in a new division come August.
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Maxime Le Marchand
The 30-year-old defender was a part of the Fulham squad that ended up getting relegated from the top flight last season.
He was used fairly regularly as he made 26 league appearances but failed to make any real impression upon the fans at Craven Cottage.
The centre-back has now struggled in the Championship as injuries have curtailed his season and limited his appearances to just eight in the league.
He hasn’t featured for the club since the start of November as he has been out nursing a long-term back injury but is still expected to feature again before the end of the season.
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The Cottagers would be better off trying to move the defender on this summer and using the money elsewhere to bolster their squad.
The goalkeeper signed in the summer of 2018 but has failed to make his mark on the senior squad at Craven Cottage.
The 32-year-old was deemed surplus to requirements by Parker last summer who chose to loan the experienced shot-stopper out to Mallorca.
Fabri has featured just four times across the season for the Spanish club as he has found himself being the regular bench-warmer in La Liga.
Fulham already have a wealth of options in the goalkeeper department with Marek Rodak, Marcus Bettinelli and January signing Jordan Archer all being capable of doing a consistent job in between the sticks when used.
The keeper’s contract doesn’t run out until the summer of 2021 and Fulham would be better off getting the fourth-choice keeper off their books this summer if they were to secure a return to the Premier League.