Negotiations between Fulham and Aris over the potential sale of forward Aboubakar Kamara have ended without agreement, according to the Athletic’s Peter Rutzler.
The Greek Super League side were interested in signing the Mauritanian international on a permanent basis – and Marco Silva had agreed to allow Kamara to leave Craven Cottage for a fee of around £4m – but the deal appears to have collapsed. The 26 year-old has an eventful four years at Fulham, having missed a penalty against Huddersfield after refusing to hand over the spot kick to Aleksandar Mitrovic, being involved in a training ground scuffle with the Serbian and being arrested after assaulting a Motspur Park security guard.
Kamara, a £5m capture from Amiens, has scored seventeen goals in 91 first-team appearances for Fulham and helped the Whites win promotion to the Premier League twice via the Championship play-offs. It remains to be seen if his move to Greece can be resurrected.
Having detailed knowledge of the mot spur park incident, and reviewing the penalty incident and the refusal to warm up at west brom last season, the sooner we get rid of this man the better, goodbye and good riddance.
Obviously wasn’t the fee – which we were absolutely right to accept – must have been something else. Perhaps add-ons, or sell-on or something. It’s a shame, because I doubt he’s going to attract that level of interest often, and we’re much better off replacing him.
Kamara is not Mauritius but mauritanian
Thank you – goodness knows why I wrote Mauritius!