Aleksandar Mitrovic’s chances of remaining at Fulham have improved after the exit of manager Scott Parker to Bournemouth, Football League World can reveal.
The Serbian attacker’s future has been a topic of real speculation in recent weeks and it still remains to be seen if the forward is going to stay at Craven Cottage for next season or, indeed, leave the club this summer.
However, Football League World can reveal that the forward’s chances of remaining in SW6 have improved after Scott Parker’s exit to Bournemouth, with the pair enduring a strained relationship during their time together at the club.
The former West Ham and Spurs player joined the Cherries earlier this week after increasing speculation that he was going to swap south-west London for the south coast.
Indeed, his and Mitrovic’s relationship was at the point where, if the manager had stayed, the striker was going to push for an exit but now, given Parker’s departure, the forward is a little more open to remaining at his current club – though he is still considering his options.
Nothing is as yet certain with the former Newcastle United forward and where he wants to be playing for next season but staying at Fulham as an option has increased in terms of viability for him, as we wait and see who will succeed Parker in the Craven Cottage dugout.