The winger enjoyed an encouraging start to his career with the Bianconeri but he has been frozen out of the first team by coach Antonio Conte and is now set for pastures new
The Serbia international has seen little game time since the arrival of Antonio Conte as coach last summer and it had been expected that he would depart Turin during the January transfer window.
The anticipated move never materialised but the player's representative, Vlado Borozan, has confirmed that the winger's days with the Bianconeri are numbered.
“Krasic will certainly leave at the end of the season,” the agent told TuttoMercatoWeb.com.
Borozan, though, refused to give any indication as to where Krasic is likely to end up in the summer, despite heavy speculation that the 27-year-old is bound for England.
“We’re talking too much about Krasic at this moment in time,” he argued. “Let’s just wait until the end of the season.”
Krasic has made just seven appearances in Serie A this season, scoring one goal.
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