WEST BROMWICH ENGLAND - OCTOBER 23: Marc-Antoine Fortune of West Brom slots the ball past Mark Schwarzer of Fulham during the Barclays Premier League match between West Bromwich Albion and Fulham at The Hawthorns on October 23 2010 in West Bromwich England. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)
Swedish right back Fredrik Stoor has finally been granted his widely reported wish of leaving Craven Cottage and has secured a permanent move to Norweigan side Valarenga. The ex-Rosenborg defender signed for Fulham in the Summer of 2008 after a particularly impressive European Championship. However, John Pantsil firmly held down his full-back spot, enjoying great success under Roy Hodgson, and, even since Hodgson's departure, Stoor has not shown enough promise to be given a first team spot.
The 26 year-old's frustration became public and it is believed Stoor is more-than-happy to be departing London and heading back to Scandanavia.
Adding to the list of sales is Robert Milsom, who has left to join Scottish side, Aberdeen. Milsom had shown decent promise throughout his years in the youth team, however, after suffering a damaging injury only a week after his Fulham debut against Manchester United, the left winger has failed to break into the first team setup again and Hughes has allowed the 24 year-old to find pastures new.
I'm sure we wish the both of them all the best at their respective new clubs.