Juventus have no plans to sell Milos Krasic during the January transfer window, his agent has underlined.
The Serbian’s future has been placed into some doubt after a problematic start to the campaign under new boss Antonio Conte.
Krasic was viewed as a key figure in the tactician’s 4-4-2 brand of football, but the winger has struggled for consistency.
“Will Krasic be sold in January? It’s a problem that is not even being evaluated,” Marko Naletilic told Tutto Juve on Friday.
“I recently spoke with the club and they told me that they are not thinking about selling him,” he continued.
“When a club tells you this then I have no right to go and talk to other teams about my client. What is being written are just rumours, nobody has asked anything.”
Krasic has been paired with a number of English clubs such as Chelsea and the two Manchester outfits.
“It’s nice to read that he is liked in the Premier League,” his representative continued. “It means that there are people who admire him.”
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