Luciano Spalletti has revealed that Milos Krasic could join the club from Juventus – but only on a loan deal.
The winger has lost his place in Antonio Conte’s starting XI and Zenit are showing an interest given that the transfer window in Russia will be open until 24 February.
“I don’t think we could sign him on a permanent basis, but a loan deal is possible,” Zenit boss Luciano Spalletti told Sky Sport Italia.
“Krasic is a good player who has also done well with Juventus. He knows Russian football and this could be a good solution for him.
“We are going for a number of competitions and I have the need for players who will immediately be ready.”
The Serbian winger joined the Turin giants in the summer of 2010 for €15m from CSKA Moscow.
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