Fernando Muslera wants out at Galatasaray following the ban imposed on the Istanbul giants by UEFA.
The Turkish newspaper HaberTurk have reported that the Uruguay international wants to leave at the end of the season in search of European football.
UEFA suspended Galatasaray from European competition for a season for breaching financial fair play rules.
The report comes amid a statement released by Galatasaray stating that Tottenham had not made a bid for their star Goalkeeper. However, the north London based club have been linked with Muslera since the beginning of the season.
Muslera was also linked with a move to Manchester Untied over the summer before David de Gea signed a contract extension.
The 29-year-old played a key role in Galatasaray winning the league for a record 20th time last season and earning the right to wear a fourth star – Galatasaray also won the double for a record sixth time.
Muslera has won a total of 77 international caps for Uruguay and was linked with a move to White Hart Lane by the Turkish media earlier this week.