Fulham release TEN players including forgotten Premier League stars and Championship playoff hero | The SunJune 15, 2023
FULHAM have confirmed 10 PLAYERS will be released when their contracts expire at the end of June.
They include left-back Joe Bryan – who scored the two goals against Brentford to clinch promotion for the Cottagers back in 2020.
Ex-Tottenham keeper Paulo Gazzaniga has also been let go after spending the 2022/23 campaign on loan at Girona.
And former Brighton centre-back Shane Duffy is another to fall by the wayside in West London.
The full list of players released by Fulham is as follows: Joe Bryan, Shane Duffy, Paulo Gazzaniga, Steven Sessegnon, Thorsteinn Antonsson, Sonny Hilton, Ziyad Larkeche, Jonathon Page, Murphy Parker, Jean-Pierre Tiehi.
But ex-Chelsea and Arsenal man Willian, 34, is one of five out-of-contract Fulham players who have been offered new deals.
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The Brazilian contributed five goals and six assists in 30 games last season.
He is joined by Neeskens Kebano, Luciano D’Auria-Henry, Stefan Parkes and Devan Tanton as the quintet offered new contracts.
Marco Silva's men have also exercised one-year extensions to keep Ibane Bowat, Martial Godo and Jay Williams.
But the main concern for most Fulham fans remains the future of star midfielder Joao Palhinha.
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The Portuguese midfielder, 27, has been linked with a move to West Ham as the Hammers eye a replacement for Declan Rice – who is set to depart this summer.
Palhinha joined Fulham from Sporting Lisbon for £20million at the beginning of last season.
But his sensational performances have seen him receive immediate interest from the likes of Manchester United.
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