Fulham striker open to UAE move
Fulham striker Andrew Johnson would consider a move to the United Arab Emirates, according to his agent.
Johnson seems set to depart Craven Cottage this summer after falling out of contract and failing to agree new terms with Fulham. The 31-year-old's agent Anthony McFarlane has now revealed Johnson could be tempted by an offer from the UAE, despite reported interest from Premier League side QPR. McFarlane told Sport360°. "He is now 31, and he has never been in this situation in his career where he is available on a Bosman. "His mind is open and he's looking at all his options, both here in England and abroad. He is keen on a new challenge and very interested in a move to the UAE provided the offer is right. "He's married, he's got two kids and a move to the UAE would provide a nice lifestyle and a new experience for AJ and his family. "There have been no concrete offers as such at this moment in time, but there has been strong interest from a number of clubs in the gulf area, including a couple from the UAE."