Juventus have again made it clear that they do not intend to sell Milos Krasic during the January transfer window.
The Serbian has lost his place in the first team and he watched last night’s 3-3 draw  with Napoli from the bench.
“The competition for places this season has increased,” commented Juve director general Beppe Marotta at the San Paolo last night.
“The squad is bigger, there is more quality and fewer games as we are not involved in European competition.
“Krasic remains an important player and the championship is still very long. Sooner or later he’ll be able to offer his support to the cause.”
The winger joined the Old Lady in the summer of 2010 after the Italian club paid €15.5m to CSKA Moscow for his services.
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