Yohan Mollo leaves Fulham after agreeing contract termination

Fulham and Yohan Mollo have mutually agreed to terminate the player’s contract.

The 28-year-old was only five months into a two-year deal after joining on a free from Zenit St Petersburg on Deadline Day in the last transfer window.

Mollo made only six league appearances for the Whites and had not featured since November.

The French winger has had an unsettled career, having been at eight different clubs in as many years.

Meanwhile, Fulham are in discussions over a potential deal to sign Stefano Okaka from Watford, Sky Sports News understands.

Okaka, who signed for the Hornets from Anderlecht in 2016, previously spent time on loan at Fulham in 2010, scoring twice in 11 Premier League appearances.

The club are also determined to keep midfielder Tom Cairney and reportedly rejected an improved bid of £18m from West Ham, following their £15m offer last week.

Sky Sports News understands West Ham were told they are wasting their time and not even an offer of £40m would be considered.

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