MARTIN Jol admits he's considering sending Marcello Trotta on loan to get first-team football.
The Fulham frontman was a big hit at League One Wycombe Wanderers earlier this season, bagging eight goals in as many games for the Chairboys.
Trotta returned to Craven Cottage last month, and made his debut as a late substitute in the FA Cup defeat at Everton.
But with new signing Pavel Pogrebnyak now available after being granted a work permit, Jol is thinking about sending the young Italian back out on loan, with Millwall among the sides monitoring his situation.
“We are thinking about it,” said the Fulham boss. “There's a big possibility we will do it.”
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