A wheely good way to travel! Fulham defender Kenny Tete is spotted heading home on a lime bike after his side’s defeat by Chelsea – as he snubs luxury car for pay-as-you-go ride outside Stamford Bridge

  • Fulham full-back Kenny Tete used a bike to head home after the loss at Chelsea 
  • Tete was spotted wheeling the lime bike outside Stamford Bridge in a TikTok clip
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Fulham defender Kenny Tete swapped a luxury supercar for a lime bike to head home after his side’s defeat by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

The full-back was spotted wheeling the pay-as-you-go bike after Saturday’s match by supporters, one of whom recorded the moment and posted it on TikTok.

In the short clip, Tete could be seen circling around on the road, seemingly waiting for directions. He then prepared to pedal away after being directed by a steward.

Tete was seen also carrying a large box in the basket and appeared in good spirits despite the result, with Cole Palmer‘s first-half penalty having settled the derby.

The 28-year-old had started the showdown and played 64 minutes.

The full-back was spotted circling around on the road

Tete then headed away from the ground

Fulham defender Kenny Tete used a lime bike to head home after his side’s defeat by Chelsea

The full-back played just over an hour of the derby before snubbing a supercar for the bike

The full-back played just over an hour of the derby before snubbing a supercar for the bike

He was helpless to prevent his side from slipping to a hard-fought 1-0 loss, however, with Palmer stepping up from 12 yards after Issa Diop fouled Raheem Sterling.

The result leaves the Cottagers 13th in the table, eight points above the drop zone.

Tete arrived at the club from Lyon in 2020 and has become a regular at Craven Cottage, having made 92 appearances to date and scored four goals. 

He has made just nine league appearances this campaign due to a groin injury. 

According to the Evening Standard, Fulham are ready to extend his contract by a further year to protect his value should clubs look to swoop in this month.

His current deal is set to expire in the summer but taking up the option to tie him down until July 2025 would effectively guarantee them a larger transfer fee. 

They are expected to trigger the clause if Tete opens talks over a pre-contract with an overseas club, which he is permitted to do with his deal in its final six months.

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