Besiktas vice president Serdal Adalı has confirmed Fulham goalkeeper Fabri wants to return to the club but he’s put doubt on the transfer actually happening.
In recent weeks Fabri has been linked with his former club, with claims he’s agreed personal terms with Besiktas.
TRT Spor journalist Fırat Günayer has reported on comments made by the Besiktas director about the possibly of signing the Fulham outcast: “Fabri wants to come. Our spending on foreign quotas is unlikely.”
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 two Premier League appearances.
This has led to speculation he could re-join the Super Lig club, with reports they want to loan the player for 18 months.
However, following these comments from Serdal Adalı it seems the move may not happen in this transfer window.
Leeds United have also been linked with Fabri as they look to bring in an experienced keeper to boost their promotion chances.