Milos Krasic is struggling to find a team this summer and could eventually have to settle for a loan deal, admits his agent.
The Juventus winger barely featured under Antonio Conte last term and was first linked with a departure in January, but he reportedly turned down an offer from Lazio.
The Serbian is now available on the market, but as his representative has admitted, is now struggling to attract offers because he has not played much in the last 12 months.
“The situation is that last summer Juventus did not want to release the player and now this summer, having not had the chance to play, there are difficulties for him,” Dejan Moksimovic told TuttoJuve.
“Milos did not want to go out on loan, so moves to Tottenham, Fenerbahce, Zenit and Liverpool did not happen.
“Now, however, there are no offers. At least, nobody wants to buy the player, eventually some clubs may come back with a loan offer.
“Milos has not played for almost a year and because of this has lost his place with the national team and he has suffered a lot.
“I will go to Turin to discuss the situation with Milos and also speak to someone at Juventus for the first time.”
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