Fulham are one of the last Football League clubs to reveal their retained lost following the culmination of the 2015/16 campaign. Head Coach Slavisa Jokanovic has now announced his, which sees four experienced professionals leave the club.

In addition to those leaving Craven Cottage, a further eight will exit the club having failed to make a significant impact on the first-team scene during their time with the London-based club.

After five years, defender Dan Burn will be seeking pastures new. News of his departure was mentioned quite a few weeks ago, but it has since been officially confirmed. He enjoyed runs in the team at various points last season, but clearly didn’t do enough to impress his Serbian boss.

Fellow defender Shaun Hutchinson also departs. He has been out of favour for some time, only making a couple of appearances last season. There has also been some injury problems for the centre back to contend with, and he’ll now be looking to make a fresh start elsewhere.

Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara has also been allowed to move on. He initially enjoyed a good run of matches last season, but was practically frozen out in the last few months of the campaign. The 29-year-old signed on a one-year deal this time last summer when Kit Symons was the manager.

Finally, 19-time Swedish international Alexander Kačaniklic can also fix himself up with another club. Like quite a few players at Fulham last season, he was frozen out for lengthy periods of time, only occasionally being called up to the matchday squad. He made over 100 appearances for the Whites.

Completing the list of those to leave Fulham are Stephen Arthurworrey, Liam Donnelly, Shane Elworthy, Jordan Evans, Dean O’Halloran, Ian Pino Soler, Ange-Freddy Plumain and Aaron Redford.


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