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Newcastle is reportedly in talks to sign Tosin Adarabioyo from Fulham after the 26-year-old declined a new contract

Newcastle United is reportedly interested in signing Fulham's defender Tosin Adarabioyo, but the player has yet to make a decision about his future club.

Adarabioyo's contract with Fulham will expire this summer, and he has already informed the club that he will not be renewing his deal with them. As a result, he was left out of the squad for their last match against Crystal Palace, and it’s expected that he will not feature in the team’s final three Premier League games either.

Although Adarabioyo had previously expressed his willingness to stay at Craven Cottage, the parties were unable to reach a mutual agreement for a new contract. As a result, the 26-year-old has become a hot target for several clubs due to his age and experience in the Premier League. Newcastle, AC Milan, Manchester United, and Liverpool are among the clubs that have expressed interest in signing the defender.

According to Mail Sport, there is currently no agreement close, and the race for Adarabioyo's signature is still

open. Meanwhile, Newcastle United is also in talks to sign Bournemouth's defender Lloyd Kelly, who is also out of contract this summer. However, Kelly's representatives have received enquiries from foreign clubs as well.

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