Fulham have tonight confirmed that central defender Tim Ream and winger Neeskens Kebano have extended their contracts at Craven Cottage by a further year.
The Championship winners have activated a clause in both players’ deals that will keep them at Craven Cottage for another twelve months after the pair enjoyed outstanding seasons under head coach Marco Silva. Ream started all 46 league games as the Whites secured an immediate return to the top flight, deputising for the injured Tom Cairney as skipper at the start of the season, whilst Kebano enjoyed his best year since signing for the club in 2016 – scoring nine goals and adding six assists.
Fulham vice-chairman and director of football operations, Tony Khan, said: “Tim Ream and Neeskens Kebano have been instrumental in our promotion this season, playing every game they’ve been involved in with passion and professionalism. We have exercised the option to extend both of their contracts for a further year, and we are all happy that they will be part of the squad next season. Come on Fulham!”