Besiktas president Fikret Orman has spoken to Fanatik about the latest developments at the club.

During the conversation at the Turkish club’s training camp in Austria, Orman was asked about the future of Fabri after a claim in the Turkish press Besiktas look set to accept Fulham’s €6m offer.

Orman confirmed offers have been tabled but said it doesn’t mean Fabri will leave the club: “Yes, there are offers for Fabri but as you can see, he’s in the training right now but I don’t know what the future holds for him.

“It’s normal that our players will leave the club and it’s also normal that other players will come to our club. We are in no rush. We are taking our time.”

It’s been well documented in the Turkish press that Fulham’s goalkeeping coach Jose Sambade has told the Premier League club to sign Fabri this summer.

Sambade knows the player well from his time as the goalkeeper coach at Besiktas, where Fabri has been for the past two seasons.

It seems Fulham are closing in on the 30 year old Spaniard, with reports today the Turkish Super Lig side are lining up Arsenal’s David Ospina as his replacement.