Juventus are ready to cash in on Milos Krasic in the winter transfer window and have set a €12 million asking price for the Serbia international, tuttomercatoweb reports.
The 27-year-old Krasic has been struggling to secure regular first team action at Juventus ever since the arrival of coach Antonio Conte in Turin, and is eager to move on in January in order to find more playing time elsewhere.
The winger has been linked with a number of Premier League and Bundesliga sides in the past few months, but Juventus are only willing to let Krasic go if the price is right.
Krasic joined Juventus from CSKA Moscow in the summer of 2010 for a fee reportedly in the region of €15m and the Bianconeri are looking to recoup a large part of the transfer fee they paid for him 18 months ago.
The attacking midfielder has a contract with Juventus until the summer of 2014. He made 41 appearances and scored nine goals in all competitions in his first season with the Old Lady but so far this term, he has featured only seven times.