Juventus have confirmed the termination of Zdenek Grygera's contract following a four-year stint at the club, with a move to Premier League side Fulham looking likely for the defender.
On Sunday Grygera said he was hoping to secure a switch to Craven Cottage while confirming he was leaving Juventus.
A statement confirming the split has been released by the Italian side on Tuesday.
The note reads: "After four years, the experience of Zdenek Grygera at Juventus has terminated.
"The Czech player has rescinded his contract by mutual consent."
The 31-year-old joins a Fulham side which has endured a difficult start to the season under Martin Jol, having picked up one point from their opening three Premier League games.
The London club secured Europa League football, however, with a 3-1 aggregate victory over Dnipro.