Milos Krasic is reportedly less-than-enthusiastic about the prospect of leaving Juventus to play for Turkish side Fenerbahce.
The Serbian was reported this morning as an identified target of the Turkish giants, whilst the latest reports indicate that initial contact has already been made.
However, there are believed to be two stumbling blocks to any possible progression of the transfer for the winger who Juventus paid €15m in 2010.
Specifically, it is understood that Krasic is disinterested in moving to the Turkish League and that the gap between his contract demands and the terms offered by Fenerbahce are too distant.
Last week, Krasic’s agent complained that there were few clubs interested in his client’s services.
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