THE man with the most famous tracksuit bottoms in football is on the verge of a return to these shores.
Gabor Kiraly, once of Crystal Palace, is reportedly on the radar of under-fire Fulham boss Felix Magath, who is looking for a keeper following the departure of Dutchman Maarten Stekelenburg and the promising David Stockdale.
The 38-year-old Hungarian has plied his trade for the past five years in Germany, with 1860 Munich.
During his time at Palace, from 2004-2007, Kiraly kept Julian Speroni out of the team and was first-choice for most of the 2004/5 Premier League campaign.
Kiraly, who also had spells at West Ham, Aston Villa, and Burnley, became almost as renowned for his attire as his shot-stopping, donning cotton-heavy tracksuit bottoms more commonly worn down the youth club on a Friday night than between the sticks in the World's richest league.