The fullback only moved to Bristol City from Tottenham Hotspur in August.
The 22-year-old left Spurs for Bristol this summer after coming through their youth system, having been involved in Middlesbrough's attempts to seal promotion to the Premier League last season during a loan spell. That was actually one of several loans Fredericks went on while at Spurs, though few saw him earn as many appearances as the wideman would have liked.
Fredericks, who played just four times while at Tottenham, all of which came in the Europa League, had already featured for the Robins five times in the Championship this season, but has quickly moved on to new pastures by agreeing a switch to Craven Cottage.
Been a strange few weeks but as Bristol City have already announced I have left the club due to personal matters.— Ryan Fredericks (@RyanFredericks_) August 31, 2015
I wish the club all the best this season, great bunch of lads and enjoyed my short time spent with them.— Ryan Fredericks (@RyanFredericks_) August 31, 2015
Very happy to have signed for @FulhamFC Thank you to the relevant people at the club for making it happen so quickly. Can't wait to start!— Ryan Fredericks (@RyanFredericks_) August 31, 2015
As a Londoner, Fredericks may well be happier back in his hometown now he's at Fulham, and given the toing and froing that has happened in his career, both as he has gone out on loan, and also with regards to his time at Bristol City, surely what is important now is that the former England Under-19 international settles somewhere and gets regular football under his belt.
The player was linked with a number of London clubs this summer before he moved to the Robins, and is now part of Kit Symons' squad for the season after signing a three-year deal.