Kamara agrees loan switch
Fulham confirm Aboubakar Kamara will spend the rest of the campaign on loan with Turkish side Yeni Malatyaspor.
The 23-year-old joined Fulham from Amiens in the summer of 2017 but doesn’t appear to have much of a future at Craven Cottage - despite scoring five times in 15 appearances in all competitions this term.
Kamara was involved in a couple of bust-ups with team-mate Aleksandar Mitrovic while the police had to be called in to deal with a situation on the training ground last week.
A number of clubs were understood to be keen on taking the striker on deadline day and Fulham have now confirmed his exit to Turkey.
Fulham said in a statement: “Fulham can now confirm that Aboubakar Kamara has joined Turkish side Yeni Malatyaspor on loan until 30th June 2019, subject to international clearance.
“The club would like to wish Kamara all the best for the remainder of the season in Turkey.”
Meanwhile, Slavia Prague have confirmed defender Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui is in London after Fulham matched his undisclosed release clause.
Claudio Ranieri is desperate to bolster his defensive options and a deal for the Cameroon international is expected to go through before Thursday’s deadline.
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