Popular midfielder Sylvain Legwinski’s Fulham career appears to have come to end following a falling out with Chris Coleman.

Legwinski, who has spent five years at Craven Cottage, made just fifteen first-team appearances last season and did not feature at all after January. Fulham have told the 33 year-old that he is free to find another club even though he has a year left on his current deal and Legwinski, who has made 164 appearances for the Whites, is currently training with Troyes in his homeland.

Legwinski’s agent Craig Hutchinson told Sky Sports: “Sylvain is not too proud to go on trial somewhere. Sylvain is keen to make sure that no doors are left unopened and is prepared to consider anything sensible in order to be playing. He is not frightened to show that he is in good shape and has got the right attitude. He is ready to prove himself.

“His preference is to stay in England but the fact is that England is very quiet at the moment. He is on the list of some clubs but time is getting short. He does not want to sit for his final year at Fulham collecting his wages and either playing in the reserves or not getting a game.”