Kagisho Dikgacoi is on his way out of Fulham during the current transfer window after attracting interest in Germany and Portugal.
Dikgacoi has failed to command a regular place at Fulham since coach Roy Hodgson left to join Liverpool, making substitute appearance in the league this season. The South African international told KickOff.com that he could be leaving Craven Cottage before his contract expires in the summer.
“My contract with Fulham expires at the end of this season but there is still an option to renew it. At this moment I am not concerned about my contract, I am more worried about game-time. There is a great possibility that I may leave Fulham during the transfer window; it may be permanent or on loan.
“There are a couple of teams in England, Germany, Portugal and Greece that have shown interest in my services. I can’t mention their names at this moment but next week I will be in a better position to talk about my future.”