Martin Jol is reportedly willing to offload a number of Fulham's first-team stars in order to rejuvenate the side.
Martin Jol is reportedly willing to sell a number of Fulham's first-team players in a bid to stamp his authority on the club.
The former FC Twente boss is hoping to solve unrest in the squad by listening to offers for Andy Johnson, Damien Duff, Aaron Hughes and skipper Danny Murphy, according to the Daily Star.
It is understood that the Dutchman is eager to bring youth into the London side, but may face a dispute with the Cottagers board over the future of Bobby Zamora.
Jol is believed to have had an ongoing rift with the striker, but the Fulham hierarchy are keen to keep hold of the frontman.
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