Aleksandar Mitrovic, a Fulham attacker, has pledged never to play for the club again.
He claimed that the west London club had priced him out of a move.
This comes after the club turned down two proposals, including one for £25 million from Saudi Pro League giants Al-Hilal.
According to Sky Sports, Fulham want up to £52 million for the striker.
Last season, Mitrovic scored 14 goals in the Premier League.
According to the article, the striker has already told those close to him that he would never play for Fulham again and is ‘mad’ with the west London club for attempting to keep him against his will.
His agent, Pini Zahavi, persuaded him to join the team during the preseason.
The agent is requesting that the club reduce their asking price to a minimum of £35 million.
Despite Fulham’s rejection of their initial bid, the Saudi club remains eager on signing Mitrovic.