Turkish move not working out for Kamara
Fulham's Aboubakar Kamara has reportedly failed to settle at loan club Yeni Malatyaspo and is unlikely to stay with the Turkish outfit.
The 24-year-old was sent out on loan to the Malatya Arena after an indifferent first half of the season with the Cottagers, while disciplinary issues also blighted his time at Craven Cottage.
He angered then Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri after arguing with Aleksandar Mitrovic over who would take a penalty before going on to have the spot kick saved by Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Jonas Lossl on December 29 last year.
The Frenchman also clashed with Mitrovic in a yoga session at the club's training ground in January before being arrested for actual bodily harm and criminal damage later that month.
Club bosses had clearly had enough and he was sent packing to Turkey but it seems as though his problems have not ended, with Turkish newspaper Hurriyet reporting that has refused to join the club’s latest training camp due to personal reasons.
Kamara has only played 57 minutes of league football since he joined Malatyaspor and the Super Lig club are said to be far from happy with his attitude and have no intention of taking him on a permanent deal when the loan period expires.
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