Neeskens Kebano's Fulham return based on condition
Neeskens Kebano's loan at Middlesbrough ends this summer, and it is not certain if he will remain at the club.
Reports have suggested that winger Neeskens Kebano will return to his parent club, Fulham, in the summer.
Kebano signed for Boro on loan in the January transfer window and has played 14 times in the Championship, where he has scored one goal and assisted another.
His loan spell will run out this summer, and he is expected to go back to Premier League side Fulham. However, this is subject to a condition that Fulham are relegated back to the Championship at the end of the season.
If Fulham remain in the Premier League, Kebano will be surplus to requirements and will be available for a transfer away from The Cottagers, perhaps, another loan spell at the Riverside.
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The probability of Middlesbrough signing him now hangs on Fulham's relegation back to the Championship. Fulham are currently 18th in the table with 26 points, six points behind 17th placed Newcastle United.