Report: Fulham interested in loan move for Norwich ace Trybull
Fulham are eyeing a move for Norwich City ace Tom Trybull, according to The Telegraph.
The publication is claiming that the Cottagers want to sign the ace on a season-long loan deal. But manager Daniel Farke is yet to decide whether he needs the former Den Haag ace for next season.
Trybull was allowed to leave the Canaries last summer, spending the year on loan with Blackburn Rovers. However, it was a frustrating campaign for the ace as he floated in and out of the team.
New Fulham boss Marco Silva is keen on improving his squad with Trybull able to bring experience. The 28-year-old has played across the top flight and Championship since joining Norwich in 2017.
Klaus Allofs once tipped the ace for Barcelona, claiming in 2012 Trybull wouldn’t look out of place in their midfield.
Trybull would be a significant loss for Norwich
Trybull would be a significant loss for Norwich amid interest from Fulham in the ace.
Despite the fall off in importance to Farke’s squad, the club can ill-afford to lose a player of his experience. With Kenny McLean out injured, the figure is the oldest player in central midfield to have played in English football. He has played 80 times for the club since his arrival.
Summer signing Pierre Lees Melou has the experience in Ligue 1. However, this is his first stint outside his native France. Meanwhile, 20-year-old Billy Gilmour was the other central midfield signing.
We saw exactly how the Norfolk outfit fared when they lacked experience during the 2019/2020 campaign. The side endured immediate relegation back to the second tier, finishing bottom of the division.
Letting Trybull leave could turn out to be a bad decision from Farke ahead of next term.