Aleksandar Mitrovic vows to never play for Fulham again after £25m bid is rejected | Football


Aleksandar Mitrovic wants to leave Fulham this summer (Action Images via Reuters)

Aleksandar Mitrovic has vowed to never play for Fulham again and has accused the club of pricing him out of a move, according to reports.

Fulham have rejected two bids, including an offer of £25 million, from Al-Hilal for the Serbia international.

According to Sky Sports, Fulham are demanding a £52m fee for the striker, who scored 14 goals in the Premier League last season.

The report claims that Mitrovic ‘has told relatives he will never play for Fulham again’ and is ‘angry’ with the club’s attempt to block his exit.

Mitrovic had considered missing the club’s pre-season tour of the United States but has now been convinced by his agent, Pini Zahavi, to join the squad, who travel on Thursday.

Zahavi, however, is asking Fulham to lower their asking price to a minimum of £35m.

Fulham's Aleksandar Mitrovic celebrates scoring their second goal

Aleksandar Mitrovic scored 14 goals in the Premier League last season (Reuters)

Al-Hilal have already been active this summer with three marquee signings in Ruben Neves, Kalidou Koulibaly and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.

The Saudi Pro League side have spent in excess of £100m so far but remain keen on recruiting Mitrovic, despite Fulham rejecting their approach so far.

Al-Hilal have also targeted Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku.

However, the Belgium international would prefer to remain in Europe and is keen on joining Juventus.

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