According to a report from Football League World, Fulham’s young goalkeeper Magnus Norman is wanted by League One duo AFC Wimbledon and Bristol Rovers, as well as League Two side Northampton Town.
In the upcoming January transfer window, it has been reported that Championship side Fulham could be willing to let young goalkeeper Magnus Norman leave the club on a permanent basis, with a number of Football League sides reportedly keen on bringing him in.
Norman is yet to make his first-team debut for the Cottagers despite being highly-rated by the club’s academy, coming through their ranks and making his way into senior football. The 22-year-old has spent stints out on loan but his next move away from the club could be a permanent one.
League One pair AFC Wimbledon and Bristol Rovers are claimed to be keen on bringing Norman in during the January transfer window, with Northampton Town of League Two also reportedly interested in the ‘keeper.
Norman’s contract at Craven Cottage runs out at the end of the season despite only just signing a new deal with the club in the summer transfer window.
Norman came through the club’s academy and got his first taste of senior football out on loan with Farnborough, also spending a season-long stint with Hayes and Yeading during the 2015/16 campaign. He spent the next season with Southport, playing 25 times for the club, keeping six clean sheets in the process.
Norman’s first taste of the Football League came during a short loan spell with League One side Rochdale, playing 12 times in the first half of the 2018/19 season.