After just two Premier League appearances, summer signing Fabri looks to have played his final game for Fulham with a return to the Super Lig imminent.

After just two Premier League appearances, it seems that Fabri’s time at Fulham is all but over.

The goalkeeper moved to Craven Cottage following a fine spell at Besiktas for a fee of £5 million in the summer (BBC) and started between the sticks in Fulham’s first two games back in the top flight, conceding five goals in defeats to Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur.

Since then, Fabri has not made a single Premier League appearance and has been left out of the squad for each of their last 11 games.

New manager Claudio Ranieri appears to have settled on Sergio Rico as his number one with Marcus Bettinelli in reserve, leaving Fabri down in third choice.

According to Fotospor, a return to Turkey looks imminent. It is understood that the 30-year-old Spaniard has agreed a deal in principle with Super Lig outfit Trabzonspor, which is likely to see the former Deportivo La Coruna goalkeeper leave Craven Cottage upon the turn of the year.

Fabri won the 2016/17 Super Lig title with Besiktas and helped the Istanbul giants reach the knockout phase of the Champions League last season.

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