Jose Bosingwa is set to leave Turkish club Trabzonzpor in the coming season upon poor performance, according to reports.

The Portuguese defender joined the club from Queen Park Rangers in the summer of 2013 on a free transfer. He has been having issues with playing at the current club and was released in the later part of last season. In January this year, he was rehired by the Turkish Super Ligue club to join its team but the club has not made an offer to retain him for his services in the coming season.

Bosignwa is believed to be set to return to Portugal in the absence of the club not needing his services this campaign. Bosingwa played for Portuguese side Boavista, and then he joined Freamunde on loan. He returned to Boavista before he was transferred to FC Porto. He played at Stamford Bridge helping Chelsea to their first UEFA Champions League victory. From Chelsea he joined QPR as his career eclipsed.

The 33-year old was rumoured to be set to return to Portugal when he was first released by Boavista but the surprising rehire shut down the rumours. The right back played just 12 matches in the Turkish super Ligue last season. Bosingwa who can also play in Left Back capacity, missed the first part of the season due to the injury he sustained. He had a meniscus tear that has threatened to end his career much earlier than he could have expected.

Trabzonzpor performed not too good last season finishing in 12th position. This necessitated the changes in the team leading to the shedding of players. Trabzonzpor won just one of their last seven games and are repositioning the team for a better performance in the coming season.