Former Apprentice Kamil Tevfik has signed a two-year contract for Turkish Supa Lig Club Bucaspor.
Midfielder Tevfik, who plays for Turkey Under-19s, was not offered a contract by Millwall but has been across to Izmir and accepted an offer from the newly-promoted top flight side.
Tevfik will leave home in Ilford to head over to Izmir to join up with the Storm this week.
“I didn’t plan to play in Turkey so early in my career but you have to take opportunities like this,” Kamil told LFE.
“Playing against teams like Galatasaray and Fenerbahce will be amazing, although I think I’m going to miss my family and friends in London a lot.”
Tevfik becomes the fourth former Millwall Apprentice to turn pro at another Club this summer following Rangers duo Chris Hegarty and Wayne Drummond and QPR defender Danny Fitzsimmons.
Millwall Youth team coach Scott Fitzgerald not only coached his team to the South East title in the Youth Alliance but has also now seen 7 of his 11 graduates sign pro deals.
John Marquis, Jimmy Rogers and Kiernan Hughes-Mason have already turned professional with the Lions.