Fulham of England defender, Tosin Aderabioyo could be on his way out of The Cottagers this summer for a fixed fee of £10m, megasportsarena.com reports.
With The Cottagers having been relegated from the English Premier League at the end of the season, the former Manchester City lad could now be on his way out of Craven Cottage.
The Nigerian-born defender’s aspirations have now been boosted by report that he could be allowed to leave based on agreement he signed before joining Fulham two seasons ago.
British tabloid, Daily Mail reported that a deal could jolly well be in the offing for Adarabioyo, as the enterprising centre back’s contract carries a cut-price buyout clause.
The report adds: “Adarabioyo is available for £10million this summer due to a release clause in his contract.
“The former Manchester City centre-half was one of the Cottagers’ best performers in the Premier League last season, forming a solid partnership with Joachim Andersen in the heart Scott Parker’s defence despite their relegation into the Championship.
“But the 23-year-old is set to leave Craven Cottage this summer as it emerged he can join another club if a bid of £10million is tabled. The clause expires 30 days before the Championship season, which is scheduled to start on August 7.
“The news will be of interest to a number of Premier League clubs ahead of the transfer window, with Arsenal and Newcastle believed to be among the clubs monitoring the defender’s situation.”