Serbian international Milos Krasic is still at Juventus, but a move to a Russian club is possible until 24 February.
The transfer window in Italy closed last night, but it’s open in Russia for another three weeks which could see the winger leave.
The 2010 summer signing from CSKA Moscow has lost his place in the Juve first team which currently finds itself at the top of the table.
Krasic was associated with a move to the likes of Chelsea and Tottenham in January, but no switch occurred.
It is now claimed that Zenit St Petersburg are interested in the right-winger and a bid could be imminent.
Krasic, 27, has scored one goal in seven Serie A appearances this term. He’s started just four of those games.
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