Fulham forward Moussa Dembele is looking for a new club, after his contract expired at the Championship club.

The 19-year-old has been linked to a host of top European clubs in the past, including clubs in the Premier League, but it now appears he could be moving to Turkey.

According to Turkish media outlet, AMK Sport Dembele has agreed a deal to sign for Galatasaray.

Last week, Galatasaray’s sporting director, Cenk Ergun, met Dembele’s representatives to hold negotiations, and was offered a contract worth €1.7m a year.

It is reported Dembele will travel to Istanbul next week to sign the contract, and the signing could be made official.

He has been linked to the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham in the past, and it’s a bit surprising to see him leave for a club in Turkey.

Dembele signed for Fulham in 2012 from Paris-Saint Germain signing a four-year contract, but cemented his place in the first team this season.

The French striker has 17 goals and 7 assists to his name in 46 appearances this season.