Fulham fringe players Magnus Norman and Marcelo Djalo are sent on loan to Rochdale and Extremadura respectively.
Fulham have sent two players out on loan as they attempt to trim down their squad following a big summer spending spree.
Goalkeeper Magnus Norman has joined League One outfit Rochdale until January, while Marcelo Djalo will see through the 2018-19 season with Spanish second-tier side Extremadura.
Norman has slipped behind summer signings Fabri and Sergio Rico, as well as last term's first-choice stopper Marcus Bettinelli, in the Craven Cottage pecking order.
Fellow fringe player Djalo, meanwhile, is not part of Slavisa Jokanovic's immediate plans, having made just four appearances last season as the West Londoners clinched promotion to the top flight.
Jokanovic signed 12 players at a cost of more than £100m during the summer transfer window.
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