Milos Krasic admits he’s “in crisis,” but Juventus “have not told me I am for sale. We’ll see how things go in January or June.”
The Serbian winger was a breakout star and considered the heir to Pavel Nedved last season, but began to lose his way as the campaign dragged on.
This term he has barely featured and Coach Antonio Conte does not seem to consider him part of his plans.
“Last season I was considered to be indispensable, now I hardly play at all,” Krasic told Tuttosport.
“But the club has not told me I am for sale. It’s a shame not to be a protagonist, but I am happy the team is doing well right now.
“I am here and not thinking about leaving. We’ll see if things can improve over time. It’s true that I am in a bit of a crisis, but I want to give my all in training to get back into the starting XI.
“We’ll see how things go in January or June, but I repeat nobody at Juventus has told me I am on the market. It can happen that a Coach sees one player better in some moments than others.”
Manchester United had already shown interest in Krasic last summer and could make a new offer in January.
“It’s all just rumours. We’ll wait and see.”