Milliyet claim Besiktas have reached an agreement with their former goalkeeper Fabri over personal terms and the Turkish club are now looking to convince Fulham over the transfer.
Fabri joined Fulham from Besiktas last summer for a fee believed to be in the region of €6m, but the Spaniard has failed to make his mark since arriving at Craven Cottage, making just Premier League two appearances.
This has led to rumours in the Turkish press he could be set for a quick return to the Super Lig and Milliyet now report Besiktas have reached an agreement with the goalkeeper.
According to Turkish newspaper, Besiktas want to loan Fabri for 18 months but Fulham are only looking to allow him to leave for six months. There have also been recent claims Leeds United are interested signing him in this window as they look to bring in an experienced keeper.
According to Milliyet, an agreement between Besiktas and Fulham is imminent.