Arriving at Fulham as their record signing from OGC Nice (which is still the case to this day), Jean-Michaël Seri was signed with a lot of expectations.
However, just like André Zambo Anguissa, who was bought in the same transfer window, he never lived up to them, meaning loans were organised swiftly after.
While the latter of the two has made a new life for himself at Fulham this season under Scott Parker, Seri has not, and it’s clear an exit is needed.
One team who appreciate what he has to offer, following his temporary spell there last season, are Galatasaray, and it appears they want him back in January.
That’s according to Foot Mercato, who explain ‘final negotiations’ are already underway, as the Turkish side are ‘actively working’ on Seri’s return for a loan with an obligation to buy.
Once they pay the fee to Fulham, the Ivory Coast international will then sign a three-year deal until 2024.