Lincoln City could be a potential destination for out of favour Fulham goalkeeper Magnus Norman as reported exclusively by Football League World.
The twenty-three-year-old is yet to make a senior appearance for Fulham, and, according to the report, he is considering his options with the Imps amongst the clubs showing an interest.
Norman rose through the ranks of the Cottagers youth system, enjoying spells out on loan with Farnborough, Hayes and Yeading, and Stockport.
He spent the first half of last season on loan in League One with Rochdale and enjoyed a decent spell, making twelve appearances and keeping four clean sheets.
Nonetheless, he’s struggled for game time under Scott Parker, making just two EFL Trophy outings this season, and the recent arrival of Jordan Archer on a free transfer appears to have signalled the end of his hopes of breaking through at Craven Cottage.
Lincoln have already signed Tayo Edun from Fulham this window, so there may be excellent communication between the two clubs.
We know little about Norman, but reports from Rochdale suggest he is a keeper who can be inconsistent and make mistakes.
However, he’s young and fits the profile of a young player who could improve under the excellent coaching of Michael Appleton.
With the current number one Josh Vickers only contracted with the Imps to the summer, Norman could be being lined up as his replacement.