Fulham will not be letting Tosin Adarabioyo leave during this January window despite interest from a number of European and English clubs, according to Sky Sports News.

The tall centre back has attracted interest from four Premier League clubs and Ligue 1 outfit Monaco but Fulham, who recently extended the 25 year-old’s contract at Craven Cottage until the summer of 2024, are not entertaining offers for defender. Adarabioyo has not featured as regularly for Marco Silva this season since summer signing Issa Diop came into the side, but the Fulham hierarchy see him as crucial to the club’s longer-term plans.

Adarabioyo, who moved from Manchester City to Fulham for an initial £1.5m in 2021, has made 93 appearances for the Whites and starred as Fulham stormed to the Championship title in Silva’s first season at Craven Cottage. He started Fulham’s first nine Premier League games but has made just three starts in the last twelve as Diop has forged a strong partnership with veteran Tim Ream.