On the final day of the Emergency Loan Window, Fulham added midfielder Danny Guthrie from Reading and goalkeeper Richard Lee from Brentford. Both deals are through the remainder of the season.
Danny Guthrie, 27, brings a plethora of experience having played many years in the Premier League with Newcastle, making 92 appearances for the Toon. He also had stints with Liverpool, Bolton, and Southampton before landing in Reading in 2012. Guthrie has appeared 11 times in all competitions this season for the Royals, with his last being a 90 minute shift two weeks ago against Watford. He is a true center midfielder and will help bolster the center of the park for the stretch run that remains.
Richard Lee, 32, spent nine seasons with Watford, appearing a total of 92 times before joining rivals Brentford in 2010. He's appeared 62 times for the Bees, but this season has only seen the field once, which came in a crazy League Cup match that was decided on penalties after a 6-6 scoreline. He should provide depth between the sticks for the in-form Marcus Bettinelli.