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3 players who Fulham should sell this summer including Ryan Sessegnon

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Three Players Who Fulham Must Sell In The Summer

It will be a very interesting summer for Fulham this season, especially as they will most likely be a Premier League club by then. They must look to bring some big players in.

To raise the funds for this, however, they have to sell some players to balance the books. Hence, here are the three they should offload.

Floyd Ayite

The Togolese winger has been in and out of the squad this season, with Chelsea loanee Piazon competing with him for a place in the squad.

If Fulham do make it to the Premier League then they will need a quality right-winger to match Sessegnon on the left and unfortunately, neither Ayite nor Piazon are quite up to that level.

Ayite can still do a good job for a Championship club but with only 4 goals and 1 assist all season, now is a good time for Fulham to upgrade their right-wing.

Aboubakar Kamara

Since Mitrovic’s arrival on loan from Newcastle, there has been a massive improvement in Fulham’s attack. In the Premier League, they will need substantial firepower if they are to score enough goals to stay up and Kamara just doesn’t seem like he will cut it at that level.

He certainly has potential, with 7 goals and one assist in 28 appearances but now would be a good time for Fulham to sell him to a Championship club, which currently seems to be his level, and recruit a Premier League level striker.

Ryan Sessegnon

A controversial shout but if Fulham need money to fund a host of new players for the Premier League, then they must sell their star youngster. If Fulham were to sell him then they would get an awful lot of money as he is an exciting young talent.

It will be interesting to see what happens here as it would be a big sign of Fulham’s ambition if they manage to keep hold of him. However, if someone came in and offered £50m or £60m for the youngster, then it would be hard to turn it down as that could fund two or three Premier League players who might make the difference between relegation and survival.