STEVEN CAULKER is reportedly set to join Turkish side Gaziantep FK… just two months after signing for Fenerbahce.
NTV Sport claims the former Liverpool defender, 29, is joining Gaziantep on loan after already finding himself out of Fenerbahce’s plans for the new Super Lig season.
Caulker only joined the Euro giants on a free transfer from Antalyaspor in July, linking up with ex-Arsenal man Mesut Ozil.
And at the time, the centre-back said he was delighted to be joining the ‘biggest club in Turkey’.
Caulker said: “I have received many messages from Fenerbahce fans.
“This is very beautiful and I am very happy. I hope I will play very well this season and we get the trophy at the end.
“I played here last year and played here two years ago. It's a very nice club.
“I think Fenerbahce is the biggest club in Turkey.
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“It is also the club with the best squad. I think the fans will be in the stadium this season and we will see that we will be champions.”
Caulker started his career at Tottenham before spending loans at Yeovil Town, Bristol City and Swansea.
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He then had stints with Cardiff and QPR before further loans at Southampton and Liverpool.
Caulker also spent time with Dundee before rebuilding his career with Alyanspor.
But it remains to be seen if he has a future with Fenerbahce once his latest loan with Gaziantep comes to an end.
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