Claudio Ranieri insists Fulham must bring in some players in a bid to survive the drop.
Despite bringing in a number of talented players in the summer the Cottagers have struggled to cope up with the pros and cons of the Premier League. Following their promotion to the top tier, former manager Slavisa Jokanovic had been expected to lead the charge in the top flight.
But a string of bad results in the first 12 matches saw Jokanovic being sacked by owner Shahid Khan and Ranieri took his place. The former Chelsea manager did make a winning start to his managerial career at the Craven Cottage but since then has failed to grind out positives so far.
Fulham are currently second bottom in the Premier League table and if things don’t change immediately they would be in deep trouble. Ranieri said, “No. I think we have to bring somebody in to survive.
“I think it will be a very good boost for all my players.”
“We are looking in every direction, we will see what happens,
“The transfer market is open. We are ready to take something that can help Fulham.
“But I won’t speak about names, I’m sorry.”