Craven Cottage boss eyes move for White Hart Lane stars.
Fulham manager Martin Jol will not comment on rumours of a move for Tottenham Hotspur duo Jermaine Jenas and David Bentley but refused to rule out a swoop.
The Cottagers boss is preparing his side for tonights Europa League first round tie with NSI Runavik of the Faroe Islands.
He insists he will need a squad of more than 20 players to make Fulham a force in the Premier League and compete in Europe.
He has been linked with the Spurs pair along with team-mate Robbie Keane, DJ Campbell from Blackpool and West Ham United’s Carlton Cole.
But Jol insists he does not comment on other team’s players but says there will be some new faces arriving at Craven Cottage this summer.
“I will never name names because in this business there are always other clubs watching you,” he said. “We will do that privately.
“I have seen eight or nine names linked with us and that was not true.
“Of course you know there are a few players without a contract now, like [Zoltan] Gera for example.
“We need a couple of additions but I won’t bring players here for the sake of it because we still have young players as well.
“I have to give them a chance to play, to be happy and to develop themselves.
“I think there will be two or three players coming into my squad and I will give them a chance in the next couple of weeks to prove themselves.”