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The Frenchman has also attracted interest from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain

Arsenal striker Park Chu-Young

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Dong-Won Ji of Sunderland battles with Fulham's Mahamadou Diarra

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Murphy is in contract talks with Fulham

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Fulham manager Martin Jol does not believe new boy Mahamadou Diarra has anything to prove despite being without a club since last summer.

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New signing Mahamadou Diarra is excited by Fulham's ambition and is looking forward to proving his worth in west London.

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Free agent Diarra signs up for Fulham campaign

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Fulham sign Malian midfielder Mahamadou Diarra

Fulham today announced the signing of former Real Madrid midfielder Mahamadou Diarra, pending the successful completion of a visa.

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Warnock's pep talk inspires Leeds

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Harry Redknapp

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