The 27-year-old's time in Italy appears set to come to an end, with the Serbian apparently having a number of clubs to choose from at the conclusion of the campaignJuventus winger Milos Krasic will leave Italy at the end of the season, one of his representatives has declared.
The Serbia international has been strongly linked with a move away from Juventus after falling down the pecking order club following Antonio Conte's arrival last summer.
A move to the Premier League is reportedly a strong possibility, but a transfer to another Serie A outfit is apparently out of the question.
"It is certain that he will leave Juventus," Dejan Joksimovic told Tuttomercatoweb. "He wants to leave, he has not been playing regularly and because of this his spell in Turin is over.
"His time in Italy has come to an end, and he is ready to go to another country.
"Tottenham or Liverpool? There is not a specific side who want to sign him. But believe me, he has a lot of clubs interested in him."
The former CSKA Moscow man, who joined Juventus in 2010, has made nine competitive appearances in 2011-12.