Former Juventus goalkeeper Dino Zoff believes that the club should keep Milos Krasic, despite the winger being out-of-sorts this season.
The Serbia international has not been a regular in Antonio Conte's starting XI this term, and speculation is rife linking the former CSKA Moscow man with a move away from Turin.
Despite this, the 69-year-old feels the eastern European wideman can still play a key part in the club's potential success.
“I would keep him in an attempt to get him back to his best. He can still give a lot to Juve," Zoff told Tuttosport.
“It’s clear that he’s going through a negative phase, but he remains a great player and Juve will have to do everything possible to help him.
“After all, where can you find a right-winger as good as Krasic? There are not that many players in his position who are better than he is," the ex-Italy stopper concluded.
Krasic will be in contention for a place in the Juventus side that travels to take on Napoli in Serie A on Sunday.