Aleskandar Mitrovic is looking to leave Fulham this summer after a frustrating season at Craven Cottage, according to The Sun.
The Serbian striker, who has started just thirteen games as Fulham failed to stay in the Premier League after returning to the top flight last year, missed Tuesday’s draw at Manchester United with a glute injury. He has been ignored in favour of Ivan Cavaleiro by Scott Parker for much of this campaign, which has also seen him contract coronavirus and miss the decisive penalty against Scotland as Serbia failed to qualify for the European Championships.
Mitrovic, who scored 26 goals as Fulham were promoted via the play-offs last season, is ready to seek pastures new in the upcoming transfer window should Parker remain in charge at Craven Cottage. The tabloid reports that new Roma manager Jose Mourinho, a long-time admirer of the 26 year-old, would be keen to take him to Italy, whilst David Moyes may rekindle West Ham’s interest.
Mitrovic has scored 53 goals in 131 Fulham appearances since making the move to west London, initially on loan from Newcastle in January 2018.