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Sources: Fulham prepared to allow two Brazilian players leave the club on loan


HITC understands that Fulham and Galatasaray are in advanced talks over a loan for striker Carlos Vinicius.

Despite the window slamming shut late last night, the transfer window in Turkey does not close until the 9th of February. This essentially means that Premier League clubs can still sell or loan players out but cannot replace them.

It seems Fulham are attempting to take advantage of the situation with HITC understanding that Carlos Vinicius, who is formerly of Tottenham Hotspur, will be moving to Turkish side Galatasaray.

The Turkish side look set to win the race for the Brazilian forward but sources have confirmed that multiple sides were interested in the 28-year-old striker.

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Why Fulham are keen on letting him go

After the West London club confirmed the deadline day loan signing of Armando Broja, HITC understands that they are willing to allow Vinicius to leave the club on loan.

Broja, the towering forward made the short trip to the north bank of the River Thames to Craven Cottage to undergo his medical which HITC revealed yesterday.

Fulham director Tony Khan revealed on X his excitement over the signing of the Albanian: “I’m very excited that we’ve reached an agreement to bring Armando Broja to Fulham on loan until the end of the season.”

As for Vinicius, the Brazilian is set to join the Turkish giants and could well play alongside former PSG striker Mauro Icardi and will feature in the Europa League following Galatasaray’s third-place finish in a group that featured Man United and Bayern Munich.

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Fulham set to allow another loan player to depart

Vinicius isn’t the only South American player they are willing to allow to leave Craven Cottage on loan with the future of Rodrigo Muniz also up in the air.

HITC has also been told the club are considering allowing Muniz to move back to Brazil, with a number of clubs keen on taking him back to his homeland.

It seems that Fulham believe they have enough depth in that department to get through until the end of the season.

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