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A fee has been agreed between the two sides for the Ivorian midfielder, with the former Le Mans man expected to complete the transfer in the coming days

Sevilla's Ivorian star Romaric is set for a move to Turkish Super Lig side Bursaspor, after his agent revealed that the two sides have agreed an undisclosed fee for his services, Marca reports.

Romaric moved to the Andalusian side in 2008 for a fee of €8 million, but it now seems that his time in Spain has come to an end, with the player's agent confirming a move to the 2010 Turkish champions was imminent.

He stated: "The move is next. Romaric has decided this because he does not like being on the bench and wants to play like any player. It is likely that the agreement between the Turkish club and the player is just a formality."

Romaric leaves Sevilla having made 81 La Liga appearances for the Spanish club, netting three goals during his stretch in Spain.

Bursaspor, who signed Scott Carson from West Bromwich Albion earlier in the transfer window, are not implicated in the current corruption scandal involving several top Turkish clubs.

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