WEST HAM fans have called on the board of the club to sign Fulham star Aleksandar Mitrovic when the Cottagers are downgraded from the Premier League this season.
Despite Fulham's misery, the Serbian international has had a great season with ten goals.
Mitrovic joined Fulham only 12 months ago after his lending time – in which he scored 12 goals, enabling the Cottagers to secure their Premier League promotion – was made permanent in the summer.
But the 24-year-old striker will probably not stay in Craven Cottage if Fulham fails to prevent relegation, which seems larger than that of Claudio Ranieri.
The Cottagers, who lost 2-1 to West Ham on Friday-evening, are now eight points of safety with eleven games left this season.
And although Mitrovic failed to get on the scoring form at London Stadium, Hammers fans did not stop.
And apparently his Yoga did not fight with teammate Aboubakar Kamara.
West Ham supporters appealed to the board of the club after Friday's clash to sign the rush for fear that Marko Arnautovic – who tried to force a winter move to China – could cause problems again.
Terry Davis wrote on Twitter: "Think frankly that we should try Mitrovic in the summer, he did a good job with a poor team, think he can be really good for us!"
Barry Walker added: "Mitrovic would also depend on who else is available in the summer! He is so strong and keeps the ball up well, in a team with better quality attacking players he would do very well! "
And Will Earle wrote: "We must do everything we can to sign Mitrovic in the summer to replace Arnie if we can, his hold-up game is class, caused many problems."
Mitrovic's contract with Fulham expires in June 2023, meaning the Cottagers could ask a hefty price if they would divorce their star.