Aboubakar Kamara’s move from Fulham to Aris Salonica has ‘broken down’ – Peter Rutzler
Fulham’s Aboubakar Kamara’s proposed move to Greek outfit Aris Salonica have ‘broken down’, according to The Athletic’s Peter Rutzler.
Kamara, 26, spent the second half of last season on loan with French side Dijon. He managed 10 Ligue 1 appearances and scored one goal after featuring 11 times in the Premier League for Fulham.
Now though, The Athletic reporter Rutzler reports that Kamara’s proposed £4million move to Greek Super League side Aris Salonica have ‘broken down’:
It's understood that talks regarding a £4m transfer for Fulham's Aboubakar Kamara to Greek Super League side Aris Salonica have broken down. #FFC
— Peter Rutzler (@peterrutzler) July 26, 2021
Kamara, who represents the Mauritania national side, has recently been on international duty.
He’s back with Fulham now but his future at Craven Cottage remains up in the air. The attacker has proved a loyal servant to the club through some tough times since his 2017 arrival, having featured 91 times in all competitions and scoring 17 goals.
But with each passing season he looks to be falling further and further down the pecking order and with a new manager in place in Marco Silva, Kamara’s future becomes all the more unclear.
A £4million move to Greece would’ve been good business from Fulham’s point of view and it might have been an exciting opportunity for Kamara.
But at 26-years-old he might still fancy his chances at Fulham, if not then in England. A loan move might be on the cards again but time will tell with this particular transfer scenario.