Fulham have confirmed that 21-year-old keeper Magnus Norman has committed his future to the club until the summer of 2019.
Norman is Fulham’s longest serving goalkeeper, just ahead of starting shot-stopper Marcus Bettinelli and has played for the Whites at every age group.
He said: “I’m really happy, I’ve been here since I was nine so it’s great to extend my contract by another year, and hopefully I can push on and potentially make my debut.
“I love it here. I know everyone throughout the Club, and being with the First Team this year has been good experience.
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Fulham’s goalkeeping situation is one of flux at the moment. Marcus Bettinelli has drawn attention from the top-flight, with Chelsea making inquiries about the 25-year-old last summer in a bid to find competition for Thibaut Courtois.
David Button lost his position in the line-up earlier in the season partly owing to his poor distribution, and there looks to be room for another keeper to come into the first-team fold.
With Slovenian keeper Marek Rodak also given a new contract this month, it looks like Fulham are investing in goalkeeping youth as they push for a return to the Premier League.