Adarabioyo arrived at Craven Cottage from Manchester City in October, putting pen-to-paper on a three-year deal.


The centre-back has become a fixture under Scott Parker in the Premier League this season, but was unable to prevent his side from slipping down to the Championship.



However, Adarabioyo’s performances on the pitch in the top flight have not gone unnoticed as Arsenal and Newcastle are among the clubs to have registered interest in him.


And it appears any interested parties keen on luring away the centre-back from Craven Cottage in the summer have received a boost as the player is open to leaving the club in the upcoming window.



In addition to the Premier League duo, Adarabioyo also has clubs from Germany keeping tabs on his situation at Fulham.


The defender has a buy-out clause in his current deal at the capital club and looks set to depart in the rapidly approaching transfer window.



Having impressed in his debut season in the top flight, it remains to be seen whether Adarabioyo will get the opportunity to continue his Premier League career next term.