Fulham boss Roy Hodgson keen on Rangers winger
Published 23:00 09/12/09 By Darren Lewis
Fulham boss Roy Hodgson is keen on Rangers midfielder DaMarcus Beasley.
The American left-winger is desperate to leave the Ibrox club in pursuit of the regular first-team football he believes will get into his country's World Cup squad.
Beasley, 27, has played in the Premier League before with Manchester City three years on loan from PSV Eindhoven. But he failed to recapture his reproduce his international form and was sold by the Dutch club to Rangers for just £700,000.
Should Fulham follow up any interest, however, Beasley would almost certainly play second fiddle to Damien Duff who has made the left-wing berth his own since moving to Craven Cottage from Newcastle in the summer.
But Beasley said: "My current situation is not ideal. Its been frustrating. I'm looking to move because I want to play. It's not that I am not happy with the club. I just want to play."