Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic says any plan to sell Nigerian forward Sone Aluko will be detrimental to the London-based club, hence his spirited 'fight'to keep the Nigeria international.
Reports has it that Aluko, who joined Fulham from Hull City last season, is attracting interests from different clubs.
Among clubs showing interest in Aluko is Championship club Reading managed by Manchester United great Jaap Stam.
Commenting on talks about Aluko joining another club, Jokanovic stated that he had to personally get involved to prevent it from happening.
"I have to fight for Sone Aluko, because around me is some news that we are thinking about selling him," he told Sky Sports.
"If we do this, it will be a big mistake for my team."
Aluko was in action for Fulham who lost 3-0 at Craven Cottage on Saturday in continuation of their pre-season games.