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Fulham Transfer Deadline Day: Early Stories

All the latest news on Fulham on the last day of the January window

Marco Luzzani

Tom Huddlestone move appears to have been put on hold.

Fulham still in for goalkeeper, Maarten Stekelenburg, although Martin Jol is now looking at a loan deal as opposed to a permanent transfer. The player's agent, Rob Jansen, said: "We work very hard to get a deal."

The club have made an enquiry as to the availability of Bolton striker, David N'Gog.

A bid has been lodged of £4 million for Birmingham 'keeper Jack Butland although, if the deal goes ahead, he may be loaned back to the club for the remainder of the season.

Jol is pondering over an offer for Derby County midfielder, Will Hughes.

Marc Overmars tells De Telegraaf that Fulham are interested in signing Eyong Enoh, the midfielder, from Ajax.

Martin Jol has admitted he is in the market for a right back, opening the door for Stanislav Manolev to join the club.