Fulham keeper becomes target for Turkish giants
Fenerbahce are reportedly keen on signing third-choice Fulham goalkeeper Fabri, who used to play for their Istanbul rivals Besiktas.
Reports in Turkey claim Fenerbahce will target the Spaniard after it emerged that their current number one, Volkan Demirel, will be leaving the club.
Fabri made two Premier League starts for the Cottagers back in August but then lost his place to Marcos Bettinelli.
The Englishman was then dropped and replaced by Fabri's fellow summer signing Sergio Rico in October.
Fulham appear to be open to offers for the 31-year-old, who cost £5million when he was signed from Besiktas last July.
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