Fulham: potential transfer list
Monday 01 June 2009
Roy Hodgson unexpectedly led Fulham to their highest ever finish and with it a place in the Europa League.
As others have found out, European football can be something of a poisoned chalice and Fulham's small squad is ill-equipped to deal with the extra games.
Click the image on the right to launch our guide.
Owner Mohammed Al Fayed appears to be enjoying the passing football being played at the Cottage and is likely to make a decent amount of money available. But how will the vastly experienced Hodgson choose to spend it?
From the apparently likely to the long-shots, we've sifted through the rumour pages to bring you the potential transfer list of Fulham.
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