This comes after Fulham reporter for The Athletic, Peter Rutzler, tweeted an article suggesting that despite reports, there has been no approach for Scott Parker by Bournemouth as yet and Fulham are still ‘planning as normal’.
Many Fulham fans were quick to comment their thoughts on this and weren’t shy in letting their feelings be known.
“The phrase ‘Fulham planning as normal’ is worrying enough”
“Bournemouth and Fulham both playing the long game here. It will be detrimental to both clubs aspirations of promotion next season.”
“Planning as normal”. Okay. Zero plans for the whole of the summer as TK runs his wrestling show. Panic sign some loans on last day of window and hope we manage to hobble into the play-offs.”
“Planning? What under current DoF? I think that’s pushing it a fair bit!!”
“Planning as normal is a concern.”
“Come on!!!!! Let’s get on planning for a successful season!!! Stop wasting time Fans will NOT accept last-minute signings anymore it shows a total lack of correct planning.”
Judging by the replies, many Fulham fans are growing impatient with their club.
Scott Parker’s Fulham were relegated from the Premier League back to the Championship this season after finishing 18th, whilst Bournemouth finished 6th in the Championship before being beaten by Brentford in the Championship play-off semi-final under interim manager Jonathan Woodgate.
After some linking Parker to the vacant role at Spurs, reports have suggested that Bournemouth target Parker may leave Craven Cottage and join the Cherries this summer, but would Parker jump ship to join a Championship rival?