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Fulham manager Mark Hughes has confirmed that keeper Mark Schwarzer has handed in a transfer request at Craven Cottage.
The experienced Australian shot-stopper has been tracked by Arsenal this summer, a club who saw a bid in May rejected by Fulham.
Hughes is not looking to cash in on the ex-Middlesbrough keeper and says any further bids from Arsenal would not be welcomed.
The ex-Manchester City manager says that unless The Gunners come back with any fresh offers then the 37-year-old is staying in West London.
"My understanding is that he has handed in a transfer request," said Hughes. "He has indicated that he would like the opportunity to leave.
"Obviously we haven't encouraged Arsenal to come back to the table because they haven't been back since May.
"If they do come back and talk to me or my chief executive, then further conversations will be had but at the moment there is no point because we are not talking to anybody because they have not come back to us."
Hughes warned Schwarzer that he would not necessarily be guaranteed first-team football at Arsenal and that the grass is not always greener elsewhere.
"Sometimes it is not always greener on the other side," Hughes said.
"I understand that at certain times of their careers players feel that when an opportunity presents itself, they feel they have to consider it very carefully.
"I think that is the case with Mark so I fully understand where he is coming from in that respect."
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