Chelsea & United get Serie A winger hint

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Juventus winger Milos Krasic has put a host of English clubs on alert after admitting a desire to play in the Barclays Premier League.


Manchester United and Chelsea are reported to be two of the clubs who have shown an interest in the Serbian international, according to


Their attention has been turned towards Krasic’s plight, after the player’s agent confirmed that he would be open to a switch to a top team in England.


Dejan Joksimovic has previously admitted his player has been tracked by officials at Old Trafford for the past two years, but it now looks like Andre Villas-Boas’ Chelsea would be open to a transfer too.


Krasic has found opportunities hard to come by this season, and any significant improvement to his six appearances so far this season looks unlikely with Antonio Conte’s side sitting pretty atop of Serie A.


There has been interest from Bundesliga champions Borussia Dortmind, but the player’s wages look to have put a stopper to any potential move to the Westfalenstadion.


Joksimovic said: “My client has already turned down two offers and I don’t think he would accept Borussia [Dortmund], mainly because of his wage. I don’t think they can afford him.”

“His future depends on what happens at Juventus in the next months. If he starts playing regularly then he could stay in Italy otherwise he will have to go.


“He would certainly move to a top division like the Bundesliga or the Premier League.”

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