With football at a standstill and financial problems expected, we have taken a look into club’s summer transfer plans, identifying THREE players they could sell to recoup some funds.
Sitting third in the Championship table, Scott Parker’s side look likely to gain a play-off place and embark on a potential Premier League push.
Parker has masterminded his side to win 18 games out of the 37 in the league, the former England midfielder will be keen to seal promotion or changes could be made this summer at Craven Cottage.
Whether it be a Premier League campaign or a Championship season next term, Parker will undoubtedly need to bring in a number of new faces this summer.
Looking into the potential of summer sales, we have identified THREE players that could be sold to recoup some funds for the London based side…
The former Newcastle United striker has been in sublime form, scoring 23 goals, but if Fulham do not gain promotion to the Premier League, then he will undoubtedly gain interest from a number of England’s top flight sides.
Valued at around £18m, the striker has been key to Scott Parker’s form this term so any potential exit for the striker would be a significant one for the Craven Cottage outfit.
Jean Michael Seri
The defensive midfielder is currently on loan at Galatasaray, and it is expected that he will seek a summer exit from the English club.
The former Nice player undoubtedly has talent, but his time at Fulham has somewhat been diminished because of their relegation from the Premier League last season.
His value of £8.55m could hand Parker some invaluable transfer funds to spend on a new arrival.
Andre Zambo Anguissa
In the same boat as Seri, Anguissa was made very much a scapegoat after Fulham were relegated from the Premier League last term.
The defensive midfielder is currently on loan with Spanish side Villarreal and his reputation will see him gain interest from a number of sides this summer.
With his value at £18m according to Transfermarkt, his sale could give Parker a substantial amount of transfer funds.