Alain Goma is set to leave Fulham this summer because he is surplus to requirements under manager Chris Coleman, according to the Daily Star.

Fulham paid a then club record £4m to sign Goma from Newcastle United in 2001 and he captained the club in their first season in the Premier League under compatriot Jean Tigana. The French defender helped the Whites establish themselves as a top flight outfit, making over a hundred appearances for the west London side.

Goma’s contract expires this summer and the experienced centre back has become frustrated at his lack of first team opportunities at Craven Cottage following the emergence of Zat Knight.