Cut-price Krasic sale opens Premier League door

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A host of Premier League clubs have been placed on alert amidst reports that Juventus are set to sell winger Milos Krasic on the cheap this summer.

The bianconeri looked to offload the Serbian international during the January transfer window, but a £15 million price-tag proved too much for all the interest parties.

However, talkSPORT now claims that Juventus boss Antonio Conte is willing to slash that price, with the Serie ‘A’ giants willing to accept a fee in the region of £8 million for the 27-year-old.

Relations between the manager and player have not improved this season, and with only a handful of appearances to his name, Krasic’s future is unlikely to be in Turin.

Premier League clubs hold a long-standing interest in the player, with Chelsea interested in a permanent deal for the former CSKA Moscow star after rejecting the chance to sign the player on loan.

Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United have also been credited with an interest as recently as last week, with the pair amongst clubs across Europe who were boosted by news that Krasic would not be returning to Russia.

With plenty of options likely to be on the table, the English clubs will have to fight hard if they want to secure the player’s services.

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