The tricky wideman has claimed he is not looking to leave the Turin side, despite struggling to nail down a regular spot in Antonio Conte's starting line-up this termJuventus winger Milos Krasic has revealed his disappointment with his lack of game time this season, but claims he has no intention of leaving the Serie A giants in the near-future.
The former CSKA Moscow man was one of the club's stand-out performers last term, but since Antonio Conte's appointment in the summer the 27-year-old has mainly been used as a substitute, seeing only 284 minutes of playing time.
Krasic has been linked with moves to both Manchester clubs, Chelsea, Milan and Sevilla but a transfer in January appears unlikely, according to the player himself.
"Last season I was considered to be indispensable, now I hardly play at all," he told Tuttosport.
"But that club has not told me I am for sale. It's a shame not to be a protagonist, but I am happy the team is doing well right now.
"I am here and not thinking about leaving. We'll see if things can improve over time. It's true that I am in a bit of a crisis, but I want to give my all in training to get back into the starting XI.
"We'll see how things go in January or June, but I repeat nobody at Juventus has told me I am on the market. It can happen that a coach sees one player better in some moments than others."
Juventus face an away trip to Lazio on Saturday evening, where Krasic will be hoping to be involved in the crunch encounter at the top of Serie A.