Transfer speculation isn’t, courtesy of the ongoing World Cup, as plentiful as we might hope it would be.
However, there is one piece of tittle-tattle doing the rounds that could prove to be interesting.
According to the news source, Sportslens, Fulham are looking towards the south coast too, possibly, add another keeper to the squad.
The keeper in question is Tim Krul, who has had Premier League experience with Newcastle and Brighton and Hove Albion.
Krul is currently out of contract at Brighton and is looking for a move where he’d get the opportunity to play more first team football, something he feels he might get elsewhere.
At Brighton, Krul has had to be content with playing as the understudy to Matt Ryan, who is currently on duty Australia at the World Cup.
Our source indicates that Krul, 30-years-of-age, is ready to sign a deal at Craven Cottage.
However, here at Vital Fulham, we’d have to ask the all-important questions.
Firstly, would Krul be any nearer to playing more first-team football at Craven Cottage with the club already possessing two more than capable keepers in the shape of Marcus Bettinelli and David Button?
Secondly, if, as our source suggests, Krul is set to join Fulham, what are the implications for Bettinelli and Button, could one be heading for the exit?
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