As contract talks with Fulham stall, the Nigeria-eligible star is being linked with a move to Tottenham or Monaco
English-Nigerian defender, Tosin Adarabioyo, appears poised to depart London club Fulham FC as negotiations have yet to materialise into a concrete deal, Soccernet.ng reports.
This lack of progress in discussions has provided potential suitors, including London-based Tottenham and French outfit Monaco, an opportunity to secure his services as a free agent, given his contract’s impending expiration in less than six months.
Reports from Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano’s ‘Daily Briefing’ indicate that Tosin, previously linked with a switch to play for the Super Eagles, has not received a fresh offer from Fulham.
Having emerged from the Manchester City Academy, the player remains undecided about his future, considering multiple clubs’ interest in signing him as a free agent.
Despite various UK media outlets reporting on this matter, The Sun News has disclosed that the 26-year-old has expressed his desire to depart Fulham as a free agent at the end of the season.
Although the Cottagers proposed a new deal under his current terms, the defender seems inclined to turn it down, favouring a departure at the campaign’s conclusion.
Amidst these developments, the Daily Mail notes persistent interest from rival clubs, suggesting a potential bargain deal in January.
Fulham are aware this could be their final opportunity to capitalise on the center-back. However, the player’s rapport with manager Marco Silva remains positive, leaving options open regarding his future.
Adarabioyo has made two starts this season, featuring against Nottingham Forest and West Ham United, notably scoring in the recent 5-0 victory against West Ham. He aims to further showcase his abilities in Fulham’s upcoming clash against Burnley.