After months of speculation, Milos Krasic has finally been given the green light to join Italian side Juventus after CSKA confirmed that a deal has been agreed with the Old Lady.
The winger missed his side’s 4-0 victory over Anorthosis in the first leg of their Europa League play-off tonight, which made it almost but clear that Krasic would no longer be a Moscow player.
CSKA Moscow confirmed that the deal has been done with Juventus through a statement on the club’s official website.
“CSKA Moscow have agreed to sell Milos Krasic to Juventus. He will travel to Turin to sign a contract in the coming days. We will always remember Milos and wish him good luck at his new club,” a statement read.
Milos Krasic’s personal terms remain unknown, but Juventus reportedly sealed the deal with a €15 million [£12m] offer for the player, who will sign a five-year deal in the next few days.