Italian striker has been monitored by host of English clubs.
Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella is considering a switch to Qatar according to the latest reports in the Italian media.
The 30-year-old is expected to leave Turin ahead of the new season, after the club signed both Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente this summer.
The arrival of the duo has seen the Italian drop further down the pecking order despite his impressive contribution last season, as the Bianconeri look to build a team capable of winning both in Italy and in Europe.
As a result, a number of Premier League clubs have been credited with an interest this summer, with Norwich leading the likes of Sunderland and Southampton in the race to land his signature.
However, according to Sky Sport Italia, as reported by Football Italia, Quagliarella could be on the verge of securing a move to Qatar with Al-Gharafa.
It is understood that the club are willing to offer a €7m transfer fee while proposing a three-year deal to the player with impressive wages.
Al-Gharafa are currently managed by Brazilian legend Zico and have already signed the likes of Lisandro Lopez, Nene and Mark Bresciano this summer.
It appears that Quagliarella is next on their list, although it remains to be seen whether or not the former Napoli man would be interested in leaving Europe behind.
It is believed that there is still strong interest from the Premier League, so the Italian international will face a difficult choice as to whether or not to cash in at the end of his career or continue to play in a competitive league.