Former Celtic star Jozo Simunovic is set for a move to Turkey to join Trabzonspor.
The Croatian defender has reportedly agreed terms with the Turkish outfit after being surprisingly released by Celtic in the summer.
Neil Lennon decided to let him go despite a lack of cover at centre back, with Simunovic having won five titles during his time at the club.
Simunovic, 26, has spent the summer trying to fix himself up with a new club and he's agreed to move to Turkey to move to the Super League's runners-up, who are now managed by former Chelsea No.2 Eddie Newton.
Trabzonspor have already splashed out on five new signings this summer ahead of their attempt to win the Turkish title for the first time in 36 years.
Simunovic admitted in June he was disappointed Celtic weren't offering him a new deal.
He said: "It’s a bit weird as I was at Celtic for five years and was a good part of the success. My wish was to stay for one more year minimum, as we have a good chance to do something historic.
"To win ten in a row would be a great achievement and I’d remember it for the rest of my life. Was I surprised to leave? I need to look at the whole situation in football right now and everything isn’t great with Covid-19.
"It was the club’s decision and I need to accept it. They are looking at everything as a business. What can I do? Of course I can say I am angry and sad that I am not at Celtic for next season.
"But I cannot change that. It’s the club’s decision and I need to respect it. It won’t spoil the way I look back at my Celtic career. I am still very happy and proud."