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Milos Krasic is a Serbian international midfielder who currently plays for . Born on 1st November 1984, Krasic began his career at Vojvodina and has taken in seven clubs across six countries during his career to the start of the 2016/17 season. The skilful attacking midfielder with an eye for goal, dubbed the ‘Serbian Arrow’ by fans, moved to CSKA Moscow in July 2004, where the trophies flowed during a six-year stay – two Premier Liga titles, four Russian Cups and the 2005 UEFA Cup victory over Sporting CP all added to the Serb’s CV. That success paved the way for a €12m transfer to Serie A giants Juventus in August 2010, where the silverware continued with a 2012 Serie A title before a €7m transfer, and a 2013 Turkish Cup triumph and Europa League semi-final followed at Turkish side Fenerbahce. A loan spell in Ligue 1 with Bastia preceded a free transfer to Lechia Gdansk in August 2015. Krasic has more than 40 caps for Serbia, including three matches at the 2010 FIFA World Cup.