Fulham are back in pre-season training and things are starting to gear up towards the new season.

The big news was that Ryan Sessegnon, as well as twin brother Steven, have signed new contracts at the club.

Leaving though was midfielder, and club captain, Scott Parker who decided to retire and returned to Tottenham to work in their youth teams.

We have also provided updates on the future of the squad, as well as potential players coming in, from speaking to our contacts.

GetWestLondon appreciates that the working week is long and news can slip through the cracks so have, therefore, produced a handy round-up. You can get further information by clicking on the links in the text.

Relive the week that was at Craven Cottage.


GetWestLondon reviewed every player that had been linked with a move to Fulham so far this off-season.

The Whites latest reported target was this Werder Bremen goalkeeper.

There were international calls for Ryan Sessegnon and Tayo Edun, who have been called up to the England squad for the U19 European Championships.

Steve Mounie of Montpellier

There was a transfer blow as Steve Mounie agreed to join Huddersfield, according to the Montpellier chairman, while Marcelo Djalo was set for a medical.


Aden Flint became the next player to be linked with a move to Craven Cottage.

Former charge Patrick Roberts earned an unwelcome record.


Ryan Sessegnon 'snubbed' Premier League giants to sign a new contract, as did twin brother Steven, and then explained the thinking behind his (correct) decision.

Scott Parker, on the other hand, announced his retirement.

The club also confirmed they would face Werder Bremen in their final pre-season friendly.

The Whites will find out this coming Monday if any fixtures have been moved for television.


GetWestLondon took a closer look at the Sessegnons signing a new deal and the prospect of seeing them in the same team.

Ryan Sessegnon

Our data unit also uncovered some interesting information about Slavisa Jokanovic.


It was confirmed that Fulham will take part in next season's Checkatrade Trophy.

Tributes continued to come in for Scott Parker after his retirement, including from Shahid Khan.

The former midfielder returned to Tottenham to join their youth coaching staff.


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The Fulham Supporters Trust were at the Supporters' Summit at St George's Park to discuss their relationship with the club.

Slavisa Jokanovic paid tribute to the retiring Scott Parker, while the Whites missed out on signing Josh Scowen.

We also looked at two Fulham Canadians, on Canada Day.


Fulham favourites were the latest players to sign up for a six-a-side World Cup containing some legends of the game.