Fifa blocks Cousin Fulham switch
Cousin's move to Fulham has been blocked by Fifa
Football's governing body Fifa has blocked Rangers striker Daniel Cousin's proposed £3m move to Fulham.
Rangers chief executive Martin Bain said he was "disappointed" with Fifa's decision, adding: "It's been a frustrating time for all parties."
Cousin, 31, had already played for Rangers and Lens this season and Fifa rules stipulate a player cannot appear for more than two teams in one season.
The Gabon striker signed for Rangers from Lens for £1.1m in the summer.
Rangers and Fulham agreed a fee for the forward in January, but Cousin's transfer to the English Premier League required Fifa approval.
I'm more than happy to stay at Rangers and fight for my place
His move has been blocked, although his transfer may still be concluded in the summer.
Bain said Fifa's ruling was a disappointment for everyone involved in the pro
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