LIVERPOOL hero Milan Baros is set to join Bursaspor at the age of 38 – after spending the last six years playing in Czech Republic.
The former Liverpool striker, who helped them win the 2005 Champions League, is currently at Banik Ostrava.
Baros started his career at the Czech side and is now in his FOURTH stint there, but is set for a another crack at Turkish game, this time in the second tier.
Bursaspor were relegated from the Super Lig last season after finishing 16th out of 18 – with the club hoping Baros’ goals can propel them back to the top-flight with the team currently in third.
The 93-cap Czech Republic international joined Liverpool from Banik Ostrava – and went on to score 27 times in 108 games for the Reds.
Baros most-famously played in the penalty shootout win over AC Milan in the Miracle of Istanbul in 2005.
And he has previously played in Turkey, with spells at Galatasaray (2008-2013) and Antalyaspor (2013-14).
Baros scored 48 times in just 93 Super Lig games, but struggled after moving to Antalyaspor with just two goals in 13 matches.
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The Czech striker has also played for Aston Villa, Portsmouth and Lyon during his career.
And it was at the Ligue 1 giants he infamously had his car and driving licence confiscated by police.
Baros was caught driving his Ferrari F430 at 168mph, with cops saying it’s the fastest speed recorded in the region.