There is no chance of a tactical reconciliation between Juventus and the dropped Milos Krasic, his agent has underlined.
The Serbian international was signed at a cost of €15.5m in the summer of 2010 from Russian giants CSKA Moscow.
Despite starting his Italian adventure well, the player’s form dipped in the second half of 2010-11 and he isn’t in the plans of new boss Antonio Conte.
“Krasic will certainly leave at the end of the season,” Vlado Borozan told TMW.
The winger is liked by clubs in Russia, Germany and England, but the representative insisted his next destination was still open for discussion.
“We’re talking too much about Krasic at this moment in time,” he added. “Let’s just wait until the end of the season.”
Krasic, now 27, has scored once in nine games across all competitions for the Bianconeri this season.
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