Ryan Kent has reportedly fone to FIFA in the latest escalation of his fallout with Fenerbahce.

The former Rangers winger had been set for a transfer exit to Lazio last month before a late change.

Kent, who signed for Fenerbahce in the summer, opted against a move to Serie A in the January window.

And now, fotoMAC claim Kent is seeking assistance from FIFA over his situation at the Turkish club.

The outlet reports that Kent is requesting FIFA intervention over a complaint against his club.

It's reported the winger is unhappy with his scenario at Fenerbahce having been left out of the squad against Antalyaspor, with a second issue over salary payments.

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Kent - signed on a contract until 2027 - has played just 15 times this season. 

And the former Rangers favourite has not played a minute in the league for Fenerbahce since October 12 when he made a one-minute cameo appearance.

Kent had previously regularly featured in the Europa Conference League group stage but has fallen out of favour at Fenerbahce.

Previous reports suggested Kent's contract at Fenerbahce had been "frozen" due to rejecting several offers to leave in the January window.