Milos Krasic could leave Juventus in the summer after failing to fit in coach Antonio Conte's system, according to his agent.
After an impressive debut season with the Bianconeri, Krasic has failed to impose himself at the club since Conte's arrival in the summer, with only nine competitive appearances to date in 2011-12.
Krasic's agent noted that the tactical changes brought by Conte have pushed the Serbia international down the pecking order at Juve and added that his client is assessing his options.
"In Conte's system, the wingers must also help out in defensive duties and Krasic does not have these characteristics," Vlado Borozan told Radio Crc.
"He has become unrecognisable at Juventus because the problem is tactical. He is still a great player and in June we will see where he will play next season.
"Krasic has a lot of interested clubs, not only in Italy, so I do not think he will have a problem finding a good club."
The 27-year-old rejected a loan transfer to Zenit St Petersburg in February, as he was only interested in a permanent move.