Fulham man seals new loan move after Stockport County spell last season

The latest Fulham news involves a departure.

Fulham have loaned out Luca Ashby-Hammond again.

The young goalkeeper has been given the green light to return to the National League and join Aldershot Town.

Ashby-Hammond, 21, spent time on loan at Stockport County last season and helped the Hatters win promotion to League Two.

The Shots have announced his arrival on their official club website and he will link up with them on a season-long deal.

Fulham youngster

Ashby-Hammond has been on the books at Craven Cottage since 2008 and has risen up through the academy of the London club.

He has been a regular for the Cottagers at various youth levels over the past few years but is yet to make a senior appearance.

Nevertheless, he is under contract until 2025 and may well be seen as one for the future still.

Fulham let him join Stockport in February and he was used as their number two last term behind Ben Hincliffe under Dave Challinor.

He made 13 match-day squads for the North West outfit and was their first choice in the Cheshire Cup.

Ashby-Hammond isn’t the only player to be loaned out this week, with striker Kieron Bowie linking up with Northampton Town in League Two.

Other news

In other Fulham news, the club has announced that their opening game of the new season at home to Liverpool has sold out.

Marco Silva’s side will be backed by a bumper crowd as they welcome the Reds to Craven Cottage to kick-start life back in the top flight.