Juventus winger Milos Krasic will consider a January exit should he fail to win his place back in the first team.
The Serbian international has been dropped from the starting line-up by boss Antonio Conte in recent weeks following a dip in form.
Although his representative has revealed that the midfielder has rejected a couple of transfer offers already, the player’s future remains in doubt.
“I don’t think he could join Borussia Dortmund as is being suggested,” Dejan Joksimovic told calciomercato.com.
“They wouldn’t be able to afford him. He’s turned down two important offers for the same reason. Borussia can’t compete.
“Krasic’s future depends on what happens in the next two months. If he returns to playing with consistency then he could stay in Italy, otherwise he’ll have to leave.
“Where to? He’d certainly play in a top League, like the English one but also the German championship.”
Krasic, who joined Juve from CSKA Moscow in 2010 for €15.5m, has been paired with Chelsea and the Manchester clubs in the past.
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