Fulham goalkeeper Magnus Norman is considering his future with the Whites after making just two appearances so far this season.
A source close to the player has exclusively told Football League World Chief Editor Sam Rourke that the 23-year-old is now considering a move away from South West London this month with Lincoln City, Bristol Rovers and MK Dons all potential destinations for the youngster.
Norman has risen through the ranks of the Whites youth system, enjoying spells out on loan with Franborough, Hayes and Yeading, Stockport and Rochdale.
His spell at Spotland last season saw him rack-up 12 appearances, keeping four clean sheets, and he will have been hopeful of pushing on with his parent club in the second-tier.
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However he has only been involved in the match-day squad on two occasions in the Championship and has been limited to appearances in the EFL Trophy and the reserve side.
Marek Rodak, who is the same age as Norman, is the shot-stopper who Scott Parker has shown the most faith in so far this term, starting him in the club’s last 13 league outings.
With Jordan Archer arriving in the current transfer window too, Norman will likely see his chances of playing in the first team shrinking even smaller.
With 28 matches played Fulham currently sit on the cusp of the automatic promotion spots, just four points behind second-placed Leeds United.
That gap could narrow to just one point on Wednesday night if Parker and co. are able to see off Charlton Athletic at The Valley, although they will have to continue to do so without star striker Aleksandar Mitrovic.