Sky Sports are reporting that Fulham midfielder, Ashkan Dejagah, could be on his way out of London, to move to Qatari club, Al Arabi.

Fulham’s Player of the Year has sparked a lot of interest from different clubs, but it is thought that Al Arabi are in the driving seat to sign the 28 year old.

Fulham are resigned to losing the Iran international, after they landed in the Championship with a bump, following relegation from the Premier League last season.

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It is understood that Al Arabi are set to offer Dejagah are four year contract to make the move possible, but are still in discussions with Fulham over a fee for the Iranian.

Dejagah made 43 appearances for the London club, scoring 5 goals, but was one of Fulham’s most influential players during the last campaign.

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