Turkish club Trabzonspor have announced the signing of Guinea international Kevin Constant from AC Milan for a fee believed to worth €2.5 million (£2m).
The 27-year-old becomes coach Vahid Halilhodzic’s first signing since the latter assumed leadership of the Trabzon club after quitting the Algerian national team.
The France-born left back midfielder, who began his career at Ligue 1 outfit Toulouse, made 20 Serie A appearances for Milan last season.
He had featured for Chateauroux, Chievo and Genoa before arriving at Milan in 2012.
Trabzonspor earlier announced they are in talk with Milan over Constant’s transfer and confirmed an agreement has been reached on their website on Tuesday.
The defender was subject of an alleged racial abuse during a 2013/14 pre-season tournament match against fellow Serie A side Sassuolo.
The former France U-21 player made his senior international debut in a friendly defeat by Senegal in October 2007 and has amassed 21 Guinea caps since then.