Having clearly been deemed surplus to requirements at Fulham, it looks like Hameur Bouazza could be heading off to Turkey.

The former Watford forward, who hasn’t had much of a look in under Roy Hodgson at Craven Cottage, admitted in the summer that he could be tempted by a move to France but Sky Sports are reporting that Turkish side Sivasspor are keen to conclude a permanent deal.

Bouazza has made just 22 appearances since joining Fulham from Vicarage Road for £3m in August 2007. The Algerian international, who suffered from chronic shoulder problems in his first season with us, scored just one goal – a blistering free-kick against Manchester City, although his deflected shot did earn Fulham a point at Derby later in that season. Whilst under contract at the Cottage, Bouazza has had loan spells at Charlton Athletic and Birmingham City.