The agent of Milos Krasic has admitted that clubs interested in his client will have to dig deep into their pockets to sign the Juventus man.
The winger will be sold at the end of the season after falling out of favour with Juve boss Antonio Conte.
A split is inevitable, but the Serbian international’s representative has noted that the Old Lady will want a sizeable fee for the player.
“Juventus intend to at least recuperate the money which they spent on him,” Vlado Borozan told TMW on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old cost the Turin giants €15.5m in the summer of 2010 from Russian outfit CSKA Moscow.
A move to England has been suggested for the midfielder, but reports over the last few days are again linking Lazio with a swoop.
“There is nothing with Lazio,” Borozan continued. “They made an enquiry in the past, but they wanted him on loan given that the player is expensive to buy outright.”
Krasic, who rejected a January move away from Vinovo, has played in just nine games for Juventus so far this season.
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