Johnson loaned to Greek club Aris
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Eddie Johnson has been loaned by Fulham to Greek club Aris for the remainder of the 2009-10 season. It's the second year in a row the Cottagers have shipped out the American striker. He spent last season at Cardiff City.
Johnson was one of five players whom Fulham has advised for English Premier League clubs will be available for sale during the January transfer window in order to cut its salary expenses.
Johnson has made only two league appearances this season, both off the bench, and he has not played since October. He played six games for the Cottagers after arriving in January 2008 and then was loaned out last season to second-level Cardiff City.
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