Milos Krasic “does not want to go to Zenit,” confirmed the Juventus outcast’s agent, as the Russian club begins to wind down its transfer bid.
The Serbian international has spent most of this season either on the bench or in the stands, as he is not part of Coach Antonio Conte’s plans.
Zenit had confirmed they were interested in taking on Krasic, but only on loan with an option to buy, whereas it seems as if Juve are intent on making this a permanent sale.
“I continue to repeat that my player does not want to go to Zenit,” agent Vlado Borozan told TMW.
“I don’t know how these rumours emerged. Even Zenit Coach Luciano Spalletti confirmed he likes the player, but will only bring him in on loan. Krasic has no intention of accepting those terms.”
The Russian transfer window is open until February 24.
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