Speaking to Norwegian outlet TV2, Stefan Johansen has opened up on his future at Fulham and the chances of him leaving Craven Cottage this summer.
The Norwegian joined the Whites in the summer of 2016 from Celtic, and he has been one of the London outfit’s greatest servants in recent memory.
Unfortunately, all good things have to come to an end, and with Johansen being loaned out to QPR this season, he’s admitted that his future at Fulham is uncertain.
“It is very uncertain, if I am to be completely honest. I have one year left on my contract, but I do not know. I’ve gotten some mixed signals,” Johansen said.
The midfielder then said that QPR have hinted that they would be happy to keep him on beyond his initial loan spell.
“I have received signals from the club that they may want to take me on, so it will be a process when you return. But I want to play football and I still feel that I have a lot to contribute.”
Johansen leaving Fulham permanently would be very sad, but it may be for the best for all parties.
Fulham will be hoping to stay up this season and grow as a Premier League outfit, and it seems as though Johansen isn’t in their plans at this level.
Of course, if Fulham are relegated Johansen may come back to play a part, in a similar way to how he did after returning from his loan spell at West Brom last season.
If Johansen has played his last game for Fulham, we can only wish him all the best and say that Fulham’s loss is somebody else’s gain, because this is a player who offers a whole lot and may go down as a modern-day club legend after years of good service.