MARTIN Jol admits Andy Johnson and Fulham are at loggerheads over a new contract.
The striker, who is a free agent next summer, has been locked in talks with the club with a view to extending his stay at Craven Cottage , but the two parties have so far failed to come to an agreement.
Fulham have offered the former Everton frontman an additional year in SW6 with a further option. However, Johnson wants a deal that would tie him to the club until 2013.
QPR are among the clubs believed to be monitoring his situation, but boss Jol will renew talks with the 30-year-old to try and persuade him to stay at the club.
He said: “We will talk to him again. I talk to him every day and tell him what the difference is between one-and-a-half and two years but he doesn't agree.
“He wants this year and another two years which is what we're arguing about.”
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