Fulham manager Martin Jol is willing to let Fulham defender Rafik Halliche to go on loan to gain regular first-team football.
The Algerian international has made just two substitute appearances since his switch to Craven Cottage from Nacional in 2010.
Halliche had a spell on trial at Celtic last season, but a move to the Scottish giants never materialised.
The 25-year-old was included in Fulham's pre-season tour to Germany, but boss Jol is looking to offload the centre-back in a bid to get him some action elsewhere.
"He's a good boy," Jol said. "I've played him a couple of times and he looks good, but we've got six or seven centre-backs.
"That doesn't make it easy for him so we're still looking to maybe put him out on loan somewhere.
"He wants and needs to play. He's an international player so hopefully we find something for him."