Bursaspor are considering whether to launch a bid for Marton Fulop, according to the Ipswich goalkeeper's agent.
The Hungary international made the move to Portman Road from Sunderland last August, signing a two-year deal.
His contract therefore expires next summer and speculation has now surfaced regarding an imminent departure.
Bursaspor are reportedly on the lookout for a new keeper and are thought to have set their sights on Fulop as one possible option.
The 28-year-old is aware of the interest but his agent, and father, Ferenc Fulop, maintains that only preliminary discussions have so far taken place.
"We've heard about their interest, the Turkish team are considering to make an offer, but the talks are at a very early stage," Fulop senior told NSO.hu.
Bursaspor won the Turkish league in 2010 and finished third this year to qualify for the Europa League.