To see Milos Krasic be sold isn't exactly a surprise. I mean, he hadn't appeared in an official game since the end of January. That's basically half a season, folks. A player's future is pretty much determined at that point and the writing was on the wall when it came to a transfer away from Turin.
But now what we pretty much expected to happen in the final month of the transfer window has, indeed, become official, as Milos Krasic is on his way to Turkey, agreeing to a contract with Fenerbache.
Details of the transfer after the jump.
The Istanbul club released a statement on the Public Disclosure Forum (KAP) confirming the transfer, "We have agreed terms with Milos Krasic.
"Juventus will receive €7 million in transfer fees. Krasic has signed a four-year contract worth €2.3 million per season in additions to a €12.500 per-match bonus."
Krasic is expected to arrive in Istanbul tomorrow to undergo a medical and officially sign for the club.
And just for further confirmation, Fenerbache's Facebook and Twitter pages confirmed the deal before posting about the deal on the team's official website.
There are many reasons to love Krasic even though he has now departed the club. The fact the he turned down the pounds of cash Manchester City were preparing to throw at him before he signed with Juventus. Or the €10,000 bill he forked out to get a flight in time to train. Or all the goals and tireless runs he made during his short time with Juve.
We will always have this, Meelosh. Nobody will take away from us. Grazie, Milos.