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Fulham midfielder Mattias Kait has left the club

last updated Monday 17th June 2019, 4:14 PM

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Fulham midfielder Mattias Kait
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Mattias Kait
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Fulham have announced that midfielder, Mattias Kait has left the club to join Slovenian side, NK Domzale on a permanent deal.

The 20-year-old spent last season on loan with Scottish side, Ross County last season, where he made five league appearances in total.

But he seemingly didn’t do enough to warrant a place in the Fulham first-team ahead of next year’s campaign back in the Championship.

Scott Parker’s side were relegated from the Premier League in their first season back in the top-flight.

Kait has been a regular for the Estonian national side, and recently featured in their 8-0 defeat to Germany in their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.

The midfielder was a regular for the Fulham under 23’s side in recent years, but never broke through to the first-team, which will certainly have come as a frustration.

He first joined Fulham as an academy player back in 2014, after signing from Estonian side, FCI Levadia Tallinn.

Kait earned a new deal with Fulham back in 2017, that would extend his contract until the summer of 2019, but he’s evidently not in their plans for the future.

Parker will be hoping to make new signings to help aid their promotion bid next season, but it wouldn’t come as a surprise to see other players heading for the exit door at Craven Cottage before the season gets underway in August.

Fulham FC statement
The Club can this morning confirm that Mattias Käit has joined Slovenian side NK Domžale on a permanent transfer.

Käit - who has won 20 caps for the Estonian national side - went out on loan to Scottish Premiership side Ross County in 2018 and has featured heavily for our PL2 side in recent campaigns.

We wish Mattias all the best in his career and thank him for his efforts at Fulham over the years.

Source Jacob Potter at Football League World
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