Juventus have cooled speculation that Milos Krasic will be leaving the Old Lady during the January transfer market.
The player’s representative this week suggested that the Serbian would be looking for a switch should he continue to be left out of the side.
Juve director general Beppe Marotta, however, has insisted that there are no issues to resolve with the winger.
“There are no problems with Krasic,” Marotta noted. “I still haven’t spoken to his agent, but the player hasn’t asked us to leave.
“Krasic is not playing at the moment simply because there are other players who are more in form.”
After being quizzed on the Krasic issue, the transfer guru was asked to comment on rumours linking Juve with Riccardo Montolivo of Fiorentina.
“I don’t want to get into specifics,” the former Sampdoria official continued. “But no big name players will come in.
“Boss Antonio Conte has done well to adapt, now we’ll look at what we need to improve.”
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