Much has been made of Fulham’s disastrous Premier League campaign, with a host of high value transfers failing to prevent the Cottagers from succumbing to relegation in their first season back in the first division since 2014.
The Whites of course brought in a total of 15 new additions to supplement their existing squad ahead of the 2018/2019, with most of the arrivals at Craven Cottage boasting string reputations for having good careers in European football.
Ultimately most of these new additions failed to perform and Fulham finished bottom of the league after going through two managers in the form of Slavisa Jokanovic and Claudio Ranieri, before plucking for Scott Parker to take caretaker charge till the end of the campaign.
Parker is now in permanent charge of the Whites, as he looks to mount a bid to return the west Londoners to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
One of the players who the former West Ham United midfielder offloaded this summer is Jean Michael Seri, who departed Craven Cottage for Turkish giants Galatasaray on loan, seemingly ending his short career in English football.
Would Seri be welcome back at Craven Cottage?
However it now seems that Seri could once again be donning the White shirt, with news filtering through that the 28-year-old may be sent back to England following a slow start to his career at Gala.
This will be news that will no doubt confuse a vast majority of the Fulham faithful, with Seri having been one of the main targets for criticism last campaign after putting in some lacklustre displays following his move from Ligue 1 side Nice.
Fulham fans will be questioning whether a potential recall for the Ivorian is a good choice for the club as a whole, with the Whites midfield three currently being settled and playing well, Seri’s return could cause conflict in the dressing room.
On the other hand, some supporters may be in favour of the move as it would in theory help to give the squad more depth in a key area of the field, with the Whites currently lacking a real deep-lying playmaker in the heart of midfield, Seri could fill that void.
Given the poor level of performances he gave last season, Seri will surely be keen to prove his worth if he is indeed sent back to Craven Cottage, as the jury is still very much out on the 28-year-old at Craven Cottage and in the wider corners of Europe after his showings last term.