Milos Krasic could stay in Serie A next term, with reports indicating that Inter are preparing a move for the wantaway Juventus man.
The Serbian winger barely featured for the Bianconeri last term under Antonio Conte and is widely known to be available on the transfer market this summer for a fee in the region of €10m.
Links to the Nerazzurri go back to his days at CSKA Moscow but the Corriere dello Sport believe that the current speculation pushing them to the 27-year-old is ‘more than just an idea’.
The rumours are building on the basis that Juve are willing to sell to their rivals because of an appreciation from the Bianconeri that Massimo Moratti’s club did not try to intervene in Lucio’s free transfer to Turin last week.
Just yesterday  did Krasic’s agent reveal that Juve had previously blocked a move from Inter for the player.
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