Krasic wants 'big club' move

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Milos Krasic has ambitions of moving to a big club upon his departure from Juventus.

Having featured in just seven Serie A games this season, Krasic is eager to leave the Old Lady.

The Croatian international had been heavily linked with a move to rivals Lazio, a move than his agent, Vlado Borozan, has denied.

"There's nothing new. Milos wants to change teams, but only for a top club, possibly to go to England," he told Il Corriere dello Sport.

"With all due respect for Lazio, this is a team not in the thoughts of Milos."

A trio of English clubs are reportedly interest in ending Krasic's Serie A nightmare in the January transfer window, with Manchester United originally linked with the 27-year-old last year.

Chelsea have since been mentioned with having an interest in Krasic, as a replacement for Nicolas Anelka, who has left for Shanghai Shenhua.

The attraction for both Chelsea and United is that Krasic, who is still hoping to win a place in Croatia's Euro 2012 squad, can feature in European competition this season.

The pair's interest has also been followed up by Liverpool, who could see the player as a short-term solution to their creative problems.

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