The Fulham owner has been outlining the policy the club will begin to use in the transfer window.
As reported in the Huddersfield Examiner, Khan, has been explaining the reasons behind the new statistics based recruitment.
Fulham manager, Slavisa Jokanovic, has been told that he will have to get used to a new policy, where any incoming players will be chosen by a committee.
The boss has been given the assurance however, that he can choose to turn down any players proposed but the Fulham boss will have no say on the type of player that will be identified.
Having very much operated a revolving door policy in recent years, the club is very much open to change.
This summer alone, The Cottagers oversaw eleven new faces coming into the club and another thirteen players depart. Including both last seasons successful strike partnership, Moussa Dembele and Ross McCormack.
In a Get West London article, the Cottagers’ owner outlined his vision by releasing the following statement below:
“Why wouldn’t you want to have a player the manager isn’t going to play It would be crazy, wouldn’t it?
But the approach we’ve had, you want to qualify a player on a number of metrics, but the final judgement is the manager’s.”
We have more of a collaborative process, Impetuosity, which has happened at football clubs including Fulham, we don’t want that.
We want a more thought-out process, where the manager has the final say but other factors come into the process.”
Fulham’s next fixture is away to Barnsley on October 15th, following the conclusion of the international break.