Ranieri - Kamara door remains open
Claudio Ranieri insists he would have no problem in welcoming Aboubakar Kamara back into the Fulham fold.
French forward Kamara has been at the centre of a number of incidents over the past few weeks and that culminated in his arrest on suspicion of actual bodily harm following an altercation at the club's training ground last week.
Kamara was subsequently suspended by the club, with Ranieri confirming he won't be available for Tuesday's Premier League clash with Brighton at Craven Cottage, although the Italian has refused to rule out the possibility of the 23-year-old returning to the fold at some stage.
"I don't know what happened here, now there is a club investigation and I am waiting," Ranieri told reporters. "But if he comes back, for me there is no problem, for the team there is no problem.
"In this moment he is suspended from the club. I don't know what happened here and I have to wait."
Kamara has been with Fulham since joining from Amiens 18 months ago and he has scored three goals in 13 league appearances to date this season.
Tom McGarry completed his sports journalist degree in 2011,and has since has become an integral part of the editorial and audio team. He is passionate about all things sport, particularly football, and is a lifelong supporter of his hometown club Carlisle United.