Tosin Adarabioyo wasn’t successful in his efforts to get a move away from Fulham in the last window. The defender had reportedly received interest from AS Monaco and a few English clubs but a deal didn’t take shape.

The centre-back made one appearance this season and it came in Fulham’s 2-2 draw against Arsenal back in August. since then, he was sidelined with a groin injury and has now regained full fitness.

Although the 26-year-old is yet to return to the pitch, there’s been movements going on behind the scenes with regards to his future. say he ‘has been offered’ to AS Roma for the winter market.

Chris Smalling’s injury concerns and Evan Ndicka’s participation at the AFCON with Ivory Coast at the start of next year has seen José Mourinho ask for a new centre-back in the next window.

It’s claimed intermediaries are proposing the player to several European clubs, including the Serie A side.

The report adds Roma, led by their general manager Tiago Pinto, have to make a decision ‘before Christmas’, over a potential deal to sign for Adarabioyo in January.

Adarabioyo’s deal runs down in 2024 and the next window will give Marco Silva’s side the last opportunity to cash in from his sale.