Former Juventus winger Milos Krasic could soon return to Italian football. “He has interest from Serie A clubs.”
The Serbian international joined the Old Lady from CSKA Moscow in 2010 at a cost of €15m. He was sold last summer to Fenerbahce for half that price after failing to break into the plans of new boss Antonio Conte.
“He’s had a complicated season at Fenerbahce,” agent Vlado Borozan told calciomercato.it. “An agreement can be reached with the Turkish club.
“There is interest in him from Serie A and I think that he could really return to the Italian game,” the representative added.
“Which clubs are interested? I can’t mention any names, but we are talking about sides of a medium to high level.”
Krasic, 28, appeared in only 13 League games during 2012-13. He scored eight goals in 40 top-flight matches for the Old Lady.
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