Milos Krasic has finally made the switch to Juventus after the Old Lady agreed a deal with CSKA Moscow.
The winger was conspicuously absent from the Army Men's 4-0 victory over Anorthosis in the first leg of their Europa League play-off tonight, fuelling speculation that a deal was imminent.
Those inklings proved to be prophetic as CSKA confirmed that Krasic had indeed agreed to join the Serie A outfit through a statement on their 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."
The terms of the contract were not disclosed but reports suggest that the Bianconeri dished out €15 million for the player, who will sign a five-year deal in the next few days.