Fulham will be looking to strengthen their side as much as possible this summer as they prepare for life back in the Premier League.
The men from Craven Cottage were one of the best sides to watch outside the Premier League last season with their passing style and many will be excited to see how they do in the top flight.
For sure, though, they’ll need to sign new players to strengthen their squad for the challenge ahead and one of the latest rumours comes from The Sunday People printed edition about Joe Bryan.
With that said, then, in our latest FLW Spotlight feature we’re taking a look at the left-sided ace and his stats from last season:
With 5 goals and 3 assists, it’s clear that the left-back has got plenty to offer both going forwards and defensively.
Fulham’s left side, of course, is one of their strongest areas with Ryan Sessegnon on the scene and Matt Targett having also impressed out there.
If Fulham cannot get a deal done for Targett on a permanent basis, though, there’s a good case to suggest that Bryan is the ideal alternative.
Strong in the challenge and capable of lung-busting runs, he’d certainly preserve the formidable nature of Fulham’s left side whilst, at the same time, he wouldn’t break the bank.
Thoughts, Fulham fans? Let us know below!
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