Milos Krasic's agent says client is likely to leave Juventus in January

The Serbia international winger has become a fringe player in Turin since coach Antonio Conte's arrival, and his representative conceded that he could move abroad
Milos Krasic's agent has admitted that the winger is edging closer to an exit from Juventus in January.

The Serbia international had an exhilarating start to his time in Turin, but has become a fringe player under Antonio Conte this season.

With the 27-year-old eager to get first team football, Vlado Borozan has stated that this client could leave Italy in the new year.

"I think by the end of the January transfer market he will have left," the representative told Tuttomercatoweb.

"Juventus want him preferably to go abroad. Right now I'm open with almost all teams to become involved, but there are absolutely no advanced negotiations.

"The signs of his departure have been clear for a while since he is not in Conte's plans. A player like Krasic cannot be kept on the bench," Borozan concluded.

Both Manchester City and Chelsea were linked with a move for the former CSKA Moscow man during the summer, meaning Krasic will not be short of suitors should be be allowed to leave Juventus.