Date: 25th June 2016 at 11:24am
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Although it pains me to say it, I can`t for the life of me see Moussa Dembele being at Craven Cottage next season.

With there being no movement on the young French striker signing a new contract, the list of possible destinations for the French U20 striker is growing by the day.

Today two new destinations have been added to the list with Liverpool and Glasgow Celtic being linked with a move for the player who in his 64 appearances for Fulham has netted 19 times.

Whilst a move to Liverpool, working under Jurgen Klopp, may seem enticing the chances of regular first-team football could be limited.

However, when it comes to Celtic and working with Brendan Rodgers, the outlook with regards to regular first-team football could be better. Celtic are short on striking talent having seen Anthony Stokes, Colin Kazim-Richards and Carlton Cole all leave the club.

But, whilst accepting Dembele will most probably be leaving, it seems that whoever signs the youngster, as long as he remains in the UK, will get a bargain with Fulham only entitled to a development fee that will be in the region of £250,000.