Berbatov could be on his way out of Craven Cottage.
Former Tottenham and Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov is said to be unhappy with life at Fulham and is a target for Turkish giants Galatasary, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Bulgarian has had a decent season for Fulham since joining in the summer, scoring 13 goals and providing 3 assists, but the club have not performed to expectation in the league. The 32-year-old is also said to be unhappy at Martin Jol’s spending plans for the summer.
This lack of ambition from the Craven Cottage club is in stark contrast to big-spending Galatasary, who want to add Berbatov to other big names such as ex-Chelsea star Didier Drogba and Dutch midfield maestro Wesley Sneijder.
The Turks have also been linked with a double raid on Fulham’s Premier League rivals Arsenal, with forwards Gervinho and Lukas Podolski identified as targets, both at around £12million.
Berbatov has just one year remaining on his contract at Fulham, and may feel it is time to leave the Premier League after a successful career in England.
The former Bayer Leverkusen man made a name for himself at White Hart Lane before earning a big-money move to Manchester United. Although never truly valued at Old Trafford, he contributed to their success in his four seasons there.