Posted On Sunday, 21st April 2013
Fulham are seeking to take Ghanaian midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong permanently once his loan deal with us expires with the English side.
The 21-year-old, who is on loan at the Cottagers from rivals Arsenal, has been impressive in the few matches he has played for Fulham.
No clause is written into Frimpong’s deal with the club that could see him make a definite move across London in the summer.
But the midfielder is so far out on the fringes at Arsenal that Jol is quietly confident a suitable Fulham offer would be accepted.
Fulham coach Martin Jol is now considering the possibility of getting Frimpong on a permanent contract when his loan deal expires as the Ghanaian is a youngster.
“Frimpong is a young player and was a very good option for us,” Jol said.
“We needed midfield players and then one day before the transfer window closed I had the opportunity to get [Eyong] Enoh, who I knew of course.
“I’m happy Frimpong’s here and he’s played his part. When we took him everyone was very positive about him.
“He’s a little warrior, but he’s very young. I feel he’s got a good future ahead of him.”
Frimpong has been impressive in the few matches he has played for Fulham but has been outclassed by Enoh.
The Cameroonian has extra six years of experience over Frimpong.