Ghanaian teenager Terry Ablade has signed a one-year contract extension with relegated English Championship side Fulham.
Ablade, 19, is among seven developmental players including compatriot Eric Ameyaw and Jerome Opoku who have signed new contracts.
The promising attacker signed a two year scholarship deal with Fulham on 1 July 2018 and joined up with the U18 squad.
In his first season with the club, he scored 7 goals in 19 league games before a return of 5 goals in 20 league games the following season.
After excelling at the U18 team in 2019-20, Terry was promoted to the U23’s ahead of the 2020-21 season.
He made his professional debut on 8 September 2020 as he played in an EFL Trophy fixture against Cambridge United.
Ablade, 19, was born in Ghana and emigrated to Finland with his family when he was young. He played for FC Jazz until his move to England.
Despite representing Finland at the U16, U17, U18 and U19 sides, the youngster is still eligible to feature for Ghana.
He made 11 caps for Fulham U23 side in the just ended season where he scored once.