Arsenal express interest in Serbian winger - reports

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Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Juventus winger Milos Krasic in January.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the north Londoners have joined Manchester City in pursuit of the 26-year-old, and have begun to sound out his representatives.

Krasic only joined Juve last summer from CSKA Moscow for €15 million but is said to have been deemed surplus to requirements by Bianconeri boss Antonio Conte.

Arsenal, meanwhile, are expected to enter into the transfer market once again in the New Year as Arsene Wenger attempts to further reinforce his midfield.

Krasic would provide the Arsenal with an extra option on the flanks, while the Serbia international is also able to operate through the middle, when required.


Juve, though, are known to be keen on Arsenal speedster Theo Walcott, and a part-exchange deal for Krasic is alleged to have been mooted.

Walcott's Arsenal contract expires in 2013, and Juve are said to be monitoring his situation with interest.

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