The representative of Juventus winger Milos Krasic has welcomed the alleged interest from Inter in his client.
Stories in Serbia on Tuesday suggested that the Nerazzurri are keen on the midfielder who has fallen out of favour in Turin.
“If it is true then it would be pleasing,” agent Vlado Borozan told TMW on Tuesday morning. “We could only talk about it though if Inter get in touch.”
Krasic, signed in 2010 from CSKA Moscow for €15.5m, has started just four Serie A games so far this season.
Given his lack of use recently, Krasic has been associated with a move away from the current Italian League leaders.
“We are looking around,” Borozan added. “Not just in Italy, but in Europe too. There are some top clubs in England, Spain and Germany who are following him very closely.”
Juventus, through director general Beppe Marotta, have previously claimed that they intend to keep the Serbia international.
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