Monument to King of Pop will be returned to former Cottagers owner Mohamed Al Fayed.
Fulham are to remove the statue of King of Pop Michael Jackson from outside Craven Cottage at the request of former owner Mohamed Al Fayed.
The former Harrods oligarch is reportedly set to move to statue to one of his other properties, after selling the West London club to moustachioed American businessman Shahid Khan this summer.
The statue was installed in 2011 to commemorate the singer, who Al Fayed insisted was a fan of the team.
A Fulham spokesperson said: “The statue is not part of the Riverside development of the stadium and will be returned to the former chairman in due course.”