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United and Chelsea move "totally ruled out" - director

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Manchester United and Chelsea have been told to drop their interest in Milos Krasic as Juventus will not sell him reports talkSPORT.

The 26-year-old Serbian winger has attracted plenty of interest from the Barclays Premier League after a series of impressive performances in Serie A.

Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson is believed to have made an enquiry about the possibility of bringing Krasic to Old Trafford last summer, but the player instead opted for a move to Italy, leaving CSKA Moscow for Juve for a fee in the region of £13million.

Former Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti had also been credited with an interest in taking him to Stamford Bridge, but could do little to alter his decision to join Juventus.


 

Under the new stewardship of Andre Villas-Boas, it is unclear whether or not Chelsea will renew their attempts to sign Krasic who was linked with a move following a disagreement with Juve manager Antonio Conte.

But club director Guiseppe Marotta has dismissed talk of a move to Chelsea, Manchester United or anywhere else for that matter, after vowing to hang on to the highly rated forward.

"Milos Krasic? We will not let him leave Juventus in January but there has been interest from other clubs," he said. "This is totally ruled out.

"He is our player and is not going to be transfer listed or sold - he is our future and there is no reason to think otherwise."

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