Turkish giants ready to reunite Chelsea old boys as well as signing Fulham striker.
Galatasaray are reportedly ready to offer Chelsea star John Terry an escape from the Premier League, and are also targeting Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 32-year-old has fallen down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge, with interim coach Rafa Benitez repeatedly leaving him on the bench.
It is expected that Terry will start the Europa League final against Benfica on Wednesday on the sidelines too, leading to speculation over his future at the club.
Reports suggest that Jose Mourinho will return this summer, but there are no guarantees that he will heavily rely on his former captain as he did in his first spell in west London.
With his future uncertain, Galatasaray have emerged as a potential escape which would see him reunited with former team-mate Didier Drogba.
The Mirror claim that the Turkish champions are prepared to offer Terry a three-year deal on £150,000 per week, and it will be tough for the former England captain to refuse considering he will be almost certain of first-team football.
However, as a cornerstone of the Blues for so many years it is unclear as to how much thought Terry has given to leaving the club, and his situation may again change with the return of Mourinho.
Galatasaray are also reportedly chasing Fulham striker Berbatov, with the 32-year-old likely to be offered a huge pay-day to join the recently crowned Super Lig champions as they prepare to embark on another Champions League campaign.