Fenerbahce have announced that they have begun talks with Juventus over signing of out-of-favour winger Milos Krasic, and are also looking to secure the services of Everton defender Joseph Yobo on a permanent basis.
Krasic was deemed surplus to requirements by the Bianconeri following Antonio Conte's appointment as coach last summer but the former CSKA Moscow man has hitherto struggled to drum up interest in his services.
However, Fenerbahce confirmed on Thursday evening that are presently trying to negotiate deals for both the Serb and Yobo.
Juventus paid CSKA a reported €15 million for Krasic during the summer of 2010 but after an encouraging start to life in Italy, the attacker's form dipped dramatically during the second half of the season.
The player was then frozen out upon Conte's arrival from Siena and made just seven appearances in Serie A last season, scoring one goal.
Yobo, meanwhile, has spent the last two seasons on loan at Fenerbahce and admitted last week that he is hoping the Turkish outfit can agree a fee with Everton so that he can seal a permanent move to Istanbul.
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