Fenerbahçe winger Milos Krasic broke his fibula in training today and will miss the rest of the season according to the Milliyet newspaper.
Krasic suffered the injury while training with the reserve side today. The Serbian international has been ruled out for the rest of the season.
The Serbian international had been pushing for a move back to Russia after failing to establish himself at Fenerbahçe.
Krasic had yet to make an appearance for the senior side this season and has trained with the reserve side despite being on a salary worth €2.4 million per-season.
The Yellow Canaries have transfer listed listed Krasic but interested clubs have been reluctant to meet his wage demands.
Krasic joined Fenerbahce from Juventus for €8 million in August 2012 and still has two-years left on his contract.
The 30-year-old winger first made a name for himself playing in Russia before joining Italian giants Juventus.
The Serbian international scored 28 times and provided 23 assists in 165 appearances in all competitions for CSKA Moscow.