Fulham centre-back, Tosin Adarabioyo, has had little concrete interest in him at this stage of the transfer window, with his £10m release clause now expired, a source has revealed to Football League World.
It was reported by Football League World last month that suggestions Adarabioyo had a £10m release clause were accurate, but that option would expire on July 14th.
A source has now revealed to us that is indeed the case, with that release clause expiring without Fulham fielding any real interest in the 23-year-old, despite his impressive campaign in the Premier League in 2020/21.
However, a move could well materialise still, with the centre-back’s party exploring the option of sourcing their cilent a move.
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Despite progressing through Manchester City’s academy with a lot of promise, Adarabioyo only managed to make eight senior appearances for the reigning Premier League champions.
He did, though, excel out on loan with West Bromwich Albion and Blackburn Rovers between 2018 and 2020.
That prompted Fulham to sign the defender permanently last summer, with Adarabioyo returning a consistent season under Scott Parker, despite relegation from the Premier League.
The towering centre-back featured in 33 of Fulham’s 38 Premier League fixtures, impressing alongside Joachim Andersen.
Fulham are moving into a fresh era back in the Championship, with Marco Silva named as Parker’s successor recently.