Fulham have completed the loan signings of midfielders Eyong Enoh and Urby Emanuelson and Bulgarian right-back Stanislav Manolev, but missed out on Roma goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg.
Cameroon international Enoh, 26, has joined from Ajax – were he played under Whites boss Martin Jol – with a view to a permanent transfer in the summer.
Emanuelson, also 26, is another player Jol managed at Ajax. He has joined until the end of the season from AC Milan in what is seen as purely a loan move.
The versatile left-footer, who can play at left-back, made 240 appearances in seven seasons at Ajax before joining Milan in January 2011.
Manolev, 29, has arrived from PSV Eindhoven – again with the option of a permanent move .
He will cover the gap left by Stephen Kelly, who left for Reading earlier this month.
However, Jol was scuppered in his attempts to sign Holland goalkeeper Stekelenburg, with Roma believed to have pulled out of a proposed loan move.