Check Out “Aleksandar Mitrovic claims he’ll never play for Fulham again.” One of the many Premier League stars that received interest from Saudi Pro League clubs this summer was the Serbian international, but Fulham turned down two offers from Al Hilal for the striker.

As they attempt to retain his services this summer, the Cottagers have now placed a £52 million price tag on their talisman.

However, Mitrovic has made it obvious to the team that he wants to relocate to the Middle East and is currently going on strike to compel the transfer.

According to Sky Sports, Mitrovic has reportedly promised his family he won’t ever play for Fulham again.

Three years remain on the 28-year-old’s current Craven Cottage contract.

Aleksandar Mitrovic Claims He'll Never Play For Fulham Again
Aleksandar Mitrovic Claims He’ll Never Play For Fulham Again

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Ruben Vinagre, a defender from Sporting Lisbon, has been acquired by Hull City on a season-long loan.

The former Wolves left-back, 24, played four times in all competitions while on loan at Everton last season. He has now agreed to a deal to return to England in the Championship.

Liam Rosenior, the head coach of Hull, stated on the club’s official website: “Ruben has long been our top choice at left-back.

He provides us with real experience and perfectly aligns with our playing style. He is at ease with the ball, can initiate our build-up play, and produces well in the final third.

Vinagre joined Wolves in 2018 for an unknown sum from Monaco following a brief loan period, and he went on to play over 40 times for the team across all competitions.

He returned to Portugal in the summer of 2022 after Sporting paid Wolves £8.6 million to move him there. Last season, while on loan at Goodison Park and representing Everton, he made two Premier League appearances as a substitute.

Championship club Hull City finally land ex-Everton and Wolves defender Ruben Vinagre plus update on former Brighton full-back George Cox


From Villarreal, Arnaut Danjuma is moving to Everton on loan.

An offer for the Toffees that came from AC Milan was turned down by Danjuma.

The timing of this news, which comes six months after he reneged on a move to Goodison Park in favor of Tottenham — where he ultimately started only one game – will strike irony in the hearts of many supporters.

It is anticipated that the transfer will be finalized by the weekend and will be a direct loan with no buy option for the player at Everton.