Report: Mohamed Al Fayed to sell Fulham

Mohamed Al Fayed
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Mohamed Al Fayed is reportedly planning to sell Fulham.

Fulham owner Mohamed Al Fayed is reportedly planning to sell the club.

The Egyptian billionaire has owned the club since 1997, but is now ready to cash in on the West London outfit, according to The Mirror.

It is believed that the Cottagers are worth around £150m-200m with the decision behind the move thought to be due to the lack of time Al Fayed actually spends in the UK.

Last year, Al Fayed gave Fulham £212m, which drastically downsized their debt to just £4m, making them an attractive proposition for potential suitors.

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