Krasic has played just seven times this season after falling out of favour with Juventus boss Antonio Conte and hasn’t featured for the Serie A side since January.
Spurs were keen to take him to White Hart Lane during the January transfer window but couldn’t agree terms on a temporary deal, with the former CSKA Moscow player rumoured to only be interested in a permanent switch.
Chelsea were also heavily linked with a move for the Serbian international while Manchester United were also rumoured to be interested in taking the wideman to Old Trafford.
Krasic’s agent Vlado Borozan admitted that he would be assessing his options come the end of the current campaign, and said England is a possible destination for his client.
"He is a great player and we'll see in June where he is going to play,” he told Italian radio station CRC.
"There are many admirers interested in him and not only based in Italy, but in England as well.
He added: "Conte asks his wingers to do too much work defending and this is not one of the qualities of Milos."
Tottenham will likely lead the way in the hunt for his signature as an alternative solution should they miss out on Eden Hazard this summer, although Juventus will be keen to recuperate the majority of the €15 million they paid for Krasic in 2010.
Aaron Lennon’s absence through injury has left Spurs short of options on the right wing this season, making manager Harry Redknapp’s priority securing the services of cover in that area.
Chelsea or Manchester United may be interested in signing the Juventus winger, although the Blues managerial changes and Sir Alex Ferguson’s ample options ot wide mean a deal to either club could be unlikely.