Milos Krasic is ready to turn his back on Italian football after failing to make an impression at Juventus.
The winger, signed from CSKA Moscow for €15m in the summer of 2010, is heading out of Turin after not featuring in the plans of boss Antonio Conte.
“I don’t think there is a chance that he will stay in Italy,” representative Dejan Joksimovic told TMW on Thursday.
“His time in Italy has come to an end. Now he is ready to go to another country.”
The 27-year-old was expected to play a key part in Antonio Conte’s side this term, but the Old Lady won the championship with Krasic contributing just one goal in seven games.
“He wants to leave Juve,” the agent added. “He’s not played enough and that is why his spell in Turin will end.
“At the moment there isn’t a specific side set to sign him, but, believe me, there are a lot of clubs interested in him.
“He’s ready to play in any championship with any great project – he’d be happy with that.”
Krasic has been linked with clubs in England, Germany and Russia.
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