Date: 30th January 2019 at 6:30pm
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Yesterday reports surfaced on the rumour mill that West Bromwich Albion were now interested in taking Fulham striker Aboubakar Kamara before the transfer window deadline slams shut tomorrow evening.

By this afternoon, the reports had slightly skewed somewhat and the suggestion from the likes of Sky Sports indicated that our interest in Kamara was only as a fall back plan should our efforts to bring in Newcastle United’s Jacob Murphy fail.

Whatever the actual specifics here, with the Frenchman being arrested last week on suspicion of actual bodily harm and criminal damage following an incident at their training ground, plenty of fans have been left unsure as to whether or not this should be a capture we really should be making, with an obvious follow through being worries of upsetting team spirit and the dynamic head coach Darren Moore has brought back to the group as we look for promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.

It is only the latest reported incident concerning the 23-year-old as Sky also reported earlier this month that he was involved in a clash with Aleksandar Mitrovic during a yoga session. It must be said manager Claudio Ranieri has downplayed the original incident and stated that he’d ‘moved on’ from it, but in light of recent developments it’s claimed Fulham would now let him leave this month for the right fee.