Rosenior looking for exit
Liam Rosenior has been quoted in the News of the World as saying he wants first-team football, or he might leave in the summer.
The promising full-back, who has played for England under-21s has been frustrated at his first-team opportunities this season.
Rosenior, 21, has featured in several first-team games this season and excelled at right-back in the abscence of Moritz Volz to injury.
He played against Arsenal on Saturday as left-back to cover Wayne Bridge who sustained an injury playing for England against Uruguay.
He told the News of the World on Sunday: 'Boss Chris Coleman says he's pleased with me then doesn't play me.
Rosenior, who joined the club in November 2003 from Bristol City added: 'Actions speak louder than words and I'm in two minds about to do.
'Fulham got me from Bristol City for £55,000 so I think they would make a decent profit.'
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