Read Up “Fulham rejected Al-Hilal’s £25.5m offer for Aleksandar Mitrovic.” As previously mentioned, talkSPORT has learned that the Serbian striker is eager to relocate to the Middle East, where he has been extended a lucrative contract for €25 million ($21.3 million) each season.

Fulham, though, has adamant that its talisman would not be sold this summer.

At Craven Cottage, Mitrovic’s current contract is valid until 2026.

Fulham Rejected Al-Hilal's £25.5m Offer For Aleksandar Mitrovic
Fulham Rejected Al-Hilal’s £25.5m Offer For Aleksandar Mitrovic

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This summer, Sadio Mane has reportedly been made available for just £17 million.

Bayern Munich is planning a fire sale in order to collect money to enable them buy Harry Kane from Tottenham.

Bayern are reportedly aiming to collect £17 million for Mane just a year after paying £35 million to sign with Liverpool. Marcel Sabitzer is also up for sale for £12 million, Benjamin Pavard is valued at £34 million, and the quartet of Bouna Sarr, Alexander Nubel, and Yann Sommer is only worth less than £8.5 million each, according to Sky Germany.

Ryan Gravenberch, a 21-year-old Dutch midfielder who has been linked to a transfer to Liverpool, is the most expensive player on their list of players permitted to depart this summer and is valued at £42 million.

Spurs reportedly told Bayern they would only consider selling Kane for £120 million this summer, despite the fact that he only had one year left on his deal in north London. As a result, Bayern is attempting to raise the money.


A Saudi club reportedly wants Aleksandar Mitrovic right now.

Al-Hilal has made a £25.5 million offer for the Fulham striker, and according to sources close to the player, Mitrovic wants the transfer to take place, according to Sky Sports.

Last season, the Serbian star scored 14 Premier League goals for Fulham, who struggled without him for a while because of an eight-game suspension for shoving a referee.

The 28-year-old made his permanent transfer to Fulham that summer for over £25 million after initially joining on a loan in February 2018.

Thus, Fulham would receive a full refund of the money they spent on the striker as part of the agreement, though it is possible that they could receive more considering his value to the team and his recent form.