ALEKSANDAR MITROVIC has reportedly told relatives he will never play for Fulham again.
That’s after Saudi Arabian suitors Al-Hilal were allegedly quoted £52million for him.
Sky Sports News claims Mitrovic, 28, feels he is being priced out of a transfer move to the Middle East.
Al-Hilal have already had a £25.5m bid rejected for the Serbian striker.
And it’s now reckoned a second offer has been snubbed by Marco Silva’s Cottagers.
The west Londoners are said to value Mitrovic at £52m – £30m more than they signed him for in 2018.
But the superstar is reportedly said to be furious with Fulham’s asking price.
And Mitrovic has now allegedly informed relatives that he will never put on the famous white shirt again.
Al-Hilal have made the hitman a top target after already raiding Europe for three leading stars.
Wolves captain Ruben Neves was the first to sign up, completing a £47m switch last month.
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He was closely followed by Chelsea defender Kalidou Koulibaly, who cost £17m.
And Mitrovic’s international teammate Sergej Milinkovic-Savic then joined for £34m after entering the final year of his Lazio contract.
It now remains to be seen if Al-Hilal return with a fresh offer, with Mitrovic reportedly telling Fulham he wants out.
The former Newcastle man has scored 111 goals in 205 games for his side, including 14 in the Premier League last season.
Mitrovic also remains a regular for Serbia and has 52 goals in 81 appearances.
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