Milos Krasic could be on his way to England this summer, putting a number of the Premier League’s top clubs on alert, report The Daily Mail.
Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are the clubs said to be interested in the Serbia international recently valued at €12m.
Krasic’s agent Vlado Bozan feels the winger has several options open to him, and has not ruled out a move to the Premier League.
He said: “He is a great player and we’ll see in June where he is going to play. There are many admirers interested in him and not only based in Italy, but in England as well.”
Krasic has barely featured for under Antonio Conte this season, with his last start coming way back in December in the Coppa Italia against Bologna.
Juventus are unbeaten after 28 games in Serie A this season, with Conte often employing a 3-5-2 formation, something Bozan believes does not benefit Krasic.
He added: “Conte asks his wingers to do too much work defending and this is not one of the qualities of Milos.”
The former CSKA Moscow player has also expressed his regret at not joining Spurs’ in the January transfer window.
The 28 year-old told Serbian newspaper Vecernje Novosti (reported in The Independent):
“At the end of the transfer window Tottenham Hotspur and Zenit made loan bids but I decided to stay, I believed that I would get another chance at Juventus.
“I judged it wrongly, now it turns out it was better that I left. I’ll wait another month until the end of the championship and we’ll part ways.”
Juventus reached the Coppa Italia final on Tuesday with a 4-3 aggregate win over rivals AC Milan thanks to a Mirko Vucinic wonder goal. Vucinic’s side will play Napoli in the final at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome on 20th May.
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