Fulham defender Antonee Robinson being chased by FOUR European giants but Cottagers holding firm on transfer valuation

ANTONEE ROBINSON is reportedly being hunted by four different European giants.

The America international impressed at Fulham last season when he helped them finish in the top ten in their first season in the Premier League.

Fulham's Antonee Robinson is wanted by four European clubs


Fulham’s Antonee Robinson is wanted by four European clubsPhoto credit: Getty
However, the club want £35m for the America international


However, the club want £35m for the America internationalPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

Robsinson’s performances have now reportedly seen him attract interest from Manchester City, Newcastle, Marseille and AC Milan.

The Evening Standard claim that Newcastle and Marseille are “actively pursuing” the full-back.

The Magpies are keen to improve their position at left-back and have also been linked with Arsenal star Kieran Tierney.

However, the report claims Fulham are sticking with Robinson’s £35million valuation.

The Cottagers face a difficult summer with many players linked with departures.

João Palhinha and Tosin Adarabioyo have been informed of a transfer from Craven Cottage.

Willian is also said to be unhappy with an offer of a year extension after doing well and Manor Solomon is available on a free transfer.

Solomon became a free agent after his loan spell at Fulham ended and his contract with Shakhtar Donetsk expired.


Therefore, the club are not interested in finding another replacement for coach Marco Silva.

Robinson has ended his third season at Craven Cottage after Marco Silva’s side signed him from Wigan for just £2million in 2020.

AC Milan have long been interested in Robinson and the player has even flown to Italy to complete a move before joining Fulham.

His dream transfer fell through when Wigan demanded a transfer fee of £10million be paid upfront rather than in installments.

A heart problem was also discovered during his doctor’s visit in Milan – Robinson has since made a full recovery.

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Zack Zwiezen

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