Milos Krasic is likely to remain at Juventus for the rest of the season unless a club makes a significant late move for his services.
The Serbian has been linked with a January exit after losing his place in the first team plans of boss Antonio Conte.
Numerous sides have been paired with his services, but no outfit has yet made an offer which has proved tempting enough to request a move.
“The truth is that the player hasn’t taken a definite decision on his future,” agent Dejan Joksimovic told calciomercato.com. “As it stands, he wants to stay at Juventus.
“We’ve had offers from English and Turkish clubs, but none of them were satisfying. There are just five days left and we’ll have to see if something happens between now and January 31.
“We could also wait and see if offers arrive from Russia given that their window closes in a month.”
The winger was associated with a loan move to Lazio on Thursday, but his representative has rejected that link.
“There is nothing with any Italian club,” Joksimovic continued. “Right now the player would prefer to stay at Juventus.”
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