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16 October 2020

Defender departs Huddersfield Town

- Terence Kongolo leaves Huddersfield Town
- Defender joins Fulham for an undisclosed fee
- Comments from Head of Football Operations Leigh Bromby

Huddersfield Town defender Terence Kongolo has today completed a move to Premier League side Fulham for an undisclosed fee.

The 25-year-old joined Town in January 2018 on loan from AS Monaco before signing permanently the following summer. During his time with the Terriers, the defender made 56 appearances, scoring once.

Terence, who joined the Cottagers on loan last season, has now re-joined Scott Parker’s side on a permanent transfer.

Huddersfield Town’s Head of Football Operations, Leigh Bromby, commented:

“Terence has a desire to play in the Premier League and he is a player we knew would have options to do so.

“He impressed Scott Parker during his loan spell at Fulham at the end of last season, so we are happy we could come to a deal that made sense for both clubs. In the current window and financial climate, we believe this deal represents good value for the player."

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