Ranieri would welcome back banned Aboubakar Kamara

Fulham head coach Claudio Ranieri says he would happily welcome back suspended forward Aboubakar Kamara. The French forward has been banned indefinitely by the club following an incident at their training ground.

The 23-year-old was arrested several weeks ago on suspicion of actual bodily harm and criminal damage following a fight at the club’s Motspur Park training ground. Fulham have not made statement on the matter other than stating that Kamara has been banned from the first team. Ranieri told reporters he would welcome the forward back into his team.

“I don’t know what happened here, now there is a club investigation and I am waiting,” said Ranieri. “But if he comes back, for me there is no problem, for the team there is no problem. In this moment he is suspended from the club. The players are very, very easy. If he comes back, nothing happened for me, and also for his team-mates.”

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