Savo Milošević, the most-capped Serbian of all-time, has signed for Russian side FC Rubin Kazan on a one-year contract having been without a club since the summer.
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The 34-year-old striker left CA Osasuna in the summer, the latest twist in a career that had already taken him to FK Partizan, Aston Villa FC, Real Zaragoza, Parma FC, RCD Espanyol and RC Celta de Vigo. A proposed move to Toronto FC fell through, leaving Milošević without a club, but he has now joined last season's tenth-placed Russian Premier-Liga finishers five days before their 2008 campaign kicks off at FC Lokomotiv Moskva. In his international career for Yugoslavia and then Serbia and Montenegro, ending in 2006, Milošević claimed a national record 101 caps and 35 goals, and was joint top scorer at UEFA EURO 2000™.