Fabri made just two Premier League appearances in Fulham’s doomed campaign and he is now reportedly returning to the Turkish Super Lig.
Goalkeeper Fabri looks set to be the first Fulham player to leave the club after their relegation from the Premier League was confirmed on Tuesday, as reported by Fotomac.
The Cottagers’ dismal return to the top flight came to an end after just one season as they were thrashed 4-1 away at Watford, producing the kind of naive, error-prone performance that made an immediate return to the Championship pretty much inevitable.
As a result, the likes of Aleksandr Mitrovic, Tom Cairney and Ryan Sessegnon have been tipped to jump ship but it seems that they will have to get a move on if they want to get out of the door before Fabri.
Fulham paid £5 million to sign the Spanish shot-stopper from Besiktas last summer, as reported by Sky Sports, but he hasn’t make a single appearance for the West London side after starting the club’s first two games back in the Premier League in August.
Fotomac claims that Fabri is now on the verge of a return to Besiktas with the 2017 Super Lig champions twice holding talks with Fulham, who have given the move the green light.
The 31-year-old could replace Loris Karius, the Liverpool loanee who has endured a miserable season in Istanbul and could see his two-year deal cut short.
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