Jesse Joronen has penned an emotional goodbye letter to Fulham after joining Danish side AC Horsens.

The Finn made seven appearances for the Whites during his time with his three games last season being in the EFL Cup.

And he has been allowed to leave in order to pursue regular first team football with David Button and Marcus Bettinelli ahead of him in the Craven Cottage pecking order.

He wrote on Twitter: “After eight years of experiencing highs and lows of football, I'm leaving Fulham FC and just want to thank everyone involved with the club sincerely from the bottom of my heart.

“Seeing the fans in the Hammersmith End on my home debut will be a memory I'll go back to forever and I was always so so happy to pull that shirt on.

“These years have taught me so much and now I need to go and play regular football to develop even more.

“I came as a boy and this club gave me a home and for that I'm most grateful.

“At times everything seemed hopeless and other times it was so close of being everything a young footballer could want and after many years it's finally time to leave.

“The club with it's owner staff, players and academy are in a great place to achieve brilliant things and I'm excited to see it as a fan!


“Thanks for everything,