Fulham man in discussions over exit with contract up at the end of the season

Latest news on the transfer front involving Fulham emerges.

Fulham winger Anthony Knockaert is reportedly in discussions over a fresh loan switch to Huddersfield Town. He is currently playing for Volos in Greece but could now return to England in a new deal.

According to Football Insider, the Frenchman is in ‘talks’ with the Terriers about joining them on a temporary basis until the end of the season. Mark Fotheringham’s side are currently sat in 23rd place in the Championship table and are two points from safety.

Fulham let Knockaert leave over the summer following their promotion to the Premier League but he has struggled to make an impact in the Greek Super League, scoring just once in nine games. A change of scene this winter could help him recapture his form.

He made the move to Craven Cottage back in 2019 on an initial loan from Brighton and Hove Albion before his switch was made permanent shortly after. The former France youth international has since made 56 appearances for the London club in all competitions and has chipped in with four goals and six assists.

It is hard to see him ever breaking into Marco Silva’s side now. He is down the pecking order, hence why he was also shipped out to Nottingham Forest a couple of years ago, and his contract expires at the end of this campaign meaning he is due to become a free agent ini June.