Adel Taarabt has passed a medical at Fulham and will join the club on a season-long loan deal from Queens Park Rangers, reports Sky Sports.
Former Tottenham manager Martin Jol managed Taarabt at Spurs in 2007, and now he is re-united with the former Spurs midfielder at Fulham.
Taarabt has spent the last five seasons at Loftus Road, lighting up the Championship and Premier League with his silky skills and fantastic solo efforts.
However, Taarabt is another one of the Premier League's 'frustrating' players to watch, as you never know what he will produce from game to game.
There is no doubting his footballing talents on the field, as his close ball control, footwork, passing, vision and scoring abilities all capture the eye of supporters at some point during the season, it is just a shame he is a little too inconsistent.
Nonetheless, Fulham have certainly signed a quality addition to their squad for the new season in Taarabt, and if Jol can help him find his best form, he will surely be a danger-man for Fulham in every sense of the word next season.
Taarabt featured 29 times for the Hoops last season, although only scoring a mere five times, and assisting the same amount, Taarabt will be hoping for a much improved season next campaign.
And, with only 11 days until the start of the new campaign, will be dying to show his true potential with his new London club, and with an ex-manager in charge, this season may turn out to be one of his best ever in the Premier League.
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