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Krasić completes Juventus switch

Miloš Krasić has penned a four-year deal with Juventus after the UEFA Europa League contenders agreed a fee of €15m with PFC CSKA Moskva for the Serbian international playmaker.

Miloš Krasić celebrates after scoring for Serbia against Australia at the World Cup this summer
Miloš Krasić celebrates after scoring for Serbia against Australia at the World Cup this summer ©Getty Images

PFC CSKA Moskva's Miloš Krasić has joined Juventus after the Bianconeri agreed a fee of €15m for the Serbian international playmaker.

The 25-year-old travelled to Turin to sign a four-year deal with a glowing reference from his former employers. "We will always remember Miloš's brilliance – he gave us so much pleasure with his wing play, sharp crosses, 100% commitment and great goals," read a statement on CSKA's website. "Thank you, Miloš, and good luck with your new club."

The switch ends six successful seasons in the Russian capital for Krasić, an FK Vojvodina youth product, who won two Premier-Liga titles, four Russian Cups and the 2004/05 UEFA Cup. He has made 14 league appearances for CSKA this term, scoring twice, but was omitted from the squad as the Muscovites beat Anorthosis Famagusta FC 4-0 in their UEFA Europa League play-off first leg. Juventus were also in action, beating SK Sturm Graz 2-1.