There are at least seven European clubs interested in Milos Krasic, the agent of the Juventus man has revealed.
The Serbian’s future with the Turin-based League leaders is in some doubt after he lost his place in Antonio Conte’s starting XI.
A January move has subsequently been touted and the player’s representative has confirmed that an exit is an option.
“I’ve spoken to Krasic and he’ll talk to [Juventus director general Beppe] Marotta at some stage over the next few days,” Dejan Joksimovic exclusively told Calciomercato.com.
“He wants to understand what the club’s real intentions are – whether to try to get him back to his best, sell him or send him out on loan.
“It’s true that he hasn’t played a lot in the last few months, but there are teams such as Chelsea, Inter, Tottenham and Fenerbahce, as well as three Russian sides I can’t name, who are following him and want him on loan.
“Milos doesn’t want to return to Russia in the short term, but I think another five months on the bench will be damaging to the player and his valuation.
“I’m of the opinion that he should leave, but before we consider any eventual offers we’ll have to see what happens over the next few hours.”
Krasic was signed by Juve from CSKA Moscow for €15.5m in the summer of 2010.
The international winger, 27, has scored one goal in six Serie A appearances so far during this campaign.
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