Newly-promoted Turkish Super Lig club Gazisehir Gaziantep FK are in contention to sign Fulham goalkeeper Fabricio 'Fabri' Ramirez according to Fanatik reports.
Further reports are suggesting that the Spanish goalkeeper is in talks with the club and the deal could be sealed in the following days.
Fabri previously plied his trade for Besiktas upon joining Fulham in the summer of 2018 with a fee close to €6million but he reportedly failed to make an impression in the Premier League - managing two mere appearances.
Fanatik also reported (via Sport Witness) that the 31-year-old has also been heavily linked with moves to Besiktas and Fenerbahce but it has emerged that Gazisehir FK could ultimately get his signature.
The Turkish side is also set to sign former Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony who recently departed from Swansea City after his contract expired.
However, Fabri still has two years on his current contract with Fulham but it is already deemed that he will be leaving Craven Cottage with further reports suggesting that he is not in Scott Parker's plans in the new season.
Read more: Real Valladolid join Getafe in race to sign Mubarak Wakaso
Source: Sport Witness