Monday, 10th September, 2012
Fulham manager Martin Jol believes it may be better for both club and player if midfielder Pajtim Kasami is sent out on loan.
Kasami joined the Cottagers last summer from Serie A side Palermo and was hopeful of establishing himself at Craven Cottage.
However, the Switzerland Under-21 star has struggled to make the impact he would have desired and, with his motivation to play first team football undimmed, Jol feels that Kasami may benefit from a loan spell away from Fulham.
"The problem is that he wants to play every week, but if everyone is fit then that does not happen", said Jol.
"It seems therefore better to loan him to another club, so that he can have more playing time.
"He will benefit."
Kasami has long been considered a rising talent, but it appears the Macedonia-born midfielder is not yet ready to make the breakthrough as a regular at Craven Cottage.
The 20-year-old made 24 appearances for Palermo in the 2010/11 campaign, before moving to the Premier League with Fulham.