Fulham forward Diomansy Kamara is ready to snub overtures from European clubs to stay in the UK, according to Sky Sports News.
Kamara has found himself down the pecking order at Craven Cottage and it is believed Fulham are prepared to let him leave for a suitable offer.
The Senegal international has courted interest from Italian giants Roma, French duo Bordeaux and St Etienne as well as Spanish side Malaga.
However, the former West Brom man is not interested in a move overseas and is hoping to find himself a new club in the UK.
Kamara’s agent Willie McKay has admitted the versatile attacker has snubbed offers from abroad as he looks to find a new club.
“Diomansy has instructed me to find him a club in the UK,” McKay said. “There has been interest from the likes of Roma, Bordeaux, St Etienne and Malaga, but Diomansy has turned them down as he wants to stay in the UK.
“I believe the price Fulham want for Diomansy is £3million and I think that is a bargain price for someone of Diomansy’s calibre and for someone who can play anywhere on both sides out wide and also down the middle.”