A January transfer for out-of-favour Juventus midfielder Milos Krasic is almost inevitable, his agent has suggested.
The Serbian has been linked with an imminent switch after falling out of the first team plans of boss Antonio Conte.
The club have stated on numerous occasions that they intend to keep the €15m 2010 signing from CSKA Moscow, but that may not happen.
“In my opinion, Krasic will leave by the end of the window,” Vlado Borozan, one of his representatives, has told TMW.
“I think that Juventus would prefer to sell him to a foreign club.
“At this moment in time, almost all of the clubs have made their interest known – even if there are no advanced talks for him right now.
“We’ve seen the signals of a departure for some time now seeing as he isn’t in the thinking of Conte. A player of his calibre can’t be kept on the bench at any club.”
The 27-year-old has started just four games in Serie A this season.
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