Report: Club will find it hard to convince player to stay amid Spurs and Liverpool links

With Tosin Adarabioyo potentially set to receive offers from clubs like Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, and big European names from the continent, it is thought Fulham will find it incredibly difficult to get the player to agree to a new contract and avoid losing him on a free transfer this summer.

It is becoming increasingly common for players to see out their contracts and find a new club on a free transfer. That appears to be the fate awaiting Tosin Adarabioyo this summer, as the Fulham man continues to run down his current deal with no sign of an agreement being found on a new contract.

Spurs may have the likes of Cristian Romero, Micky van de Ven, and now Radu Dragusin among their ranks, but it seems Ange Postecoglou is keen to add one more centre-half to his squad this summer.

While Fulham are eager to tie Adarabioyo down to a new long-term deal with a higher wage, as per Fabrizio Romano, the 26-year-old is likely to be inundated with offers from other clubs this summer.

Recently, Liverpool reportedly joined Spurs in the pursuit of Adarabioyo (Football Insider), while Arsenal and Manchester United are the latest Premier League sides to register an interest (HITC).

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Tosin Adarabioyo unlikely to stay at Fulham

The latest comes from Football Insider, who claim Adarabioyo’s head is likely to be turned by the attention of big clubs across Europe, and as a result, Fulham are going to struggle to convince him to stay put.

With just three months left on his current contract, and mounting interest in Adarabioyo, Fulham are “pushing hard” to negotiate a new deal.

However, it is thought that if Adarabioyo does indeed “receive any concrete and lucrative offers” from any of the interested parties, the player will more than likely move on.

Spurs Web Opinion

I think we’ve got a really good chance of persuading Adarabioyo to join us, given he can stay in London but join a bigger club that should be playing in Europe next year. The only issue will be how much game time we can promise him, but he’s likely to find that issue at any of the clubs he’s linked with.

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