Fulham open to letting midfielder leave on loan amid previous Chelsea interest

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Latest news on the transfer front involving Fulham involves a potentially available player

Fulham are reportedly eager to send highly-rated Luke Harris out on loan before the end of the transfer window. The promising 17-year-old is someone who could head out the exit door to get some experience under his belt.

As detailed in a report by West London Sport, the Cottagers are ‘keen’ to fix up a new temporary home for the teenager. He is being tipped for a bright future at Craven Cottage.

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Fulham were able to the Wales youth international to a long-term contract until the summer of 2025 last September amid links to Chelsea. The Mirror reported that the Blues were interested in luring him to Stamford Bridge but they haven’t been able to yet.

Harris, who is from Jersey, has been with the Whites for his whole career to date and has been a regular for them at various youth levels over recent years.

He regularly trains with the first-team and has made four senior appearances to date for Marco Silva’s side. However, a loan exit could be in the horizon for him before the deadline next week to help boost his development.

In other Fulham news, Joao Palhinha believed they deserved a result against Tottenham Hotspur last night. He told the club website: “A tough result for us. I think we deserved another result for what we did, especially in the first half. We missed some big opportunities, but we showed our value.”

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