Kamara contract to be terminated
Fulham are reportedly ready to terminate the contract of striker Aboubakar Kamara after his training-ground arrest this week.
The 23-year-old, who has scored four goals for the Cottagers this season, was arrested on Wednesday following an alleged altercation with a staff member at the training ground.
It is not the first report of indiscretion from the former Amiens man in recent weeks following a bust up with striker Aleksandar Mitrovic in training.
That was perhaps exacerbated by their penalty disagreement during the 1-0 win over Fulham in December, in which Kamara took the ball off Mitrovic when a penalty was awarded, and duly missed.
Reports earlier this week suggested that Kamara would be allowed to leave the club on loan, with Turkish outfit Yeni Malatyaspor said to be interested in signing him.
However, Fulham now look keen to end their 18-month association with the forward by terminating his current deal following the arrest and allowing him to move on a free transfer.
Yeni are still thought to be interested in a deal, as well as team mate Neeskens Kebano, who has been on the fringes of the first team this season.
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