The man captured at Fulham’s preparation ground on Monday on doubt of genuine substantial mischief and criminal harm was the club’s French striker Aboubakar Kamara, BBC Sport gets it.

Neither the club nor the police have affirmed his personality, however Fulham said the individual captured was presently “restricted inconclusively from all club exercises”.

Kamara, 23, joined from Amiens in 2017.

A Fulham articulation included: “The club is appreciative for the quick consideration and activity by the Metropolitan Police.”

It proceeded with: “We will avoid further remark however pressure that we will completely participate with any new or proceeding with examination or lawful continuing for the sake of giving everybody a safe and safe workplace.”

Metropolitan Police said a man in his 20s was captured at a preparation ground in New Malden on Monday and arrested in a south London police headquarters.

Kamara, who purportedly had a dropping out with Aleksandar Mitrovic amid a squad yoga session, was said to be at the club preparing ground hoping to determine his future.

Prior this season, supervisor Claudio Ranieri said he “needed to slaughter” the forward after Kamara missed a punishment against Huddersfield having declined to give the ball to assigned punishment taker Mitrovic.

He has shown up in all rivalries this season for Fulham, who are second from base in the Premier League.

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