Fulham: Mike Rigg leaves role as chief football officer at Craven Cottage

Sone Aluko and Mike Rigg
Mike Rigg (right) was involved in Fulham's transfer dealings, with Sone Aluko one of 14 new arrivals this summer

Mike Rigg has left his position as chief football officer at Fulham after agreeing to "cordially part ways" with the Championship club.

Rigg joined the Craven Cottage side at the start of 2015 following a two-year spell with the Football Association.

He previously worked at Manchester City and QPR as a technical director.

Rigg worked closely with Fulham's scouting team, but the Whites said his departure would not affect their plans for the January transfer window.

"Mike made many solid contributions to our club and I know he will be up to the next challenge in his career," chairman Shahid Khan said.

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