Juventus legend Franco Causio claims it is obvious that Milos Krasic isn’t in the long term plans of the club.
Krasic initially impressed following his 2010 move from CSKA Moscow, but he no longer features in Antonio Conte’s starting XI.
“Krasic hasn’t delivered as expected,” the 1982 World Cup winner told TMW on Thursday morning.
“He hasn’t adapted to our championship and he hasn’t been able to settle as he did in the Russian League.
“He was initially perfect for [Gigi Del Neri’s 4-4-2] Juventus, but Conte has now found the right balance with his 4-3-3 and Krasic clearly has no part in that.”
The Serbian international is being linked with a January exit and Causio thinks that a move to the Premiership could revive his career.
“He can do well in England or Spain,” the former midfielder continued. “It would be hard in England, but he could be a protagonist with his pace.”
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