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The German was axed amid bad results and even more terrible stories

Dimitar Berbatov (left) has joined Monaco until the end of the season

Dimitar Berbatov: Fulham striker joins Monaco on loan for the remainder of the season

Bulgarian striker is out of contract at Craven Cottage at the end of the season

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Kostas Mitroglou

Transfer news: Fulham conclude club-record £12m deal for Kostas Mitroglou - fending off late West Ham plot to hijack the deal

The Cottagers have spent in the region of £12m on the Greek striker

Neil Taylor

Transfer news: Fulham return with improved offer for Neil Taylor after Swansea reject £4m bid

The Swans do not want to let him go without finding a replacement

Lewis Holtby

Transfer news: Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby completes loan switch to Fulham

Tottenham ace flies in to aid Fulham's survival bid

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The Gunners have been linked with a move for the Bulgarian

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William Kvist

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The deal for the Denmark international can be made permanent in the summer

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The Moroccan has failed to make much of an impression at Craven Cottage

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