Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Liverpool FC and Man Utd on alert as Milos Krasic wants to move to England


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Liverpool, Manchester United, and Tottenham are on alert as Juventus winger Milos Krasic is reportedly ready to snub a move to Lazio.

Milos Krasic
Lazio and Juve are believed to be holding talks over a deal for Krasic, but according to Goal.com, the Serbia international is intent on not only quitting Juventus this summer, but also leaving Serie A.

It has been thought for some time that the 27-year-old could leave Juventus after barely featuring under Antonio Conte last season.

Chelsea and Manchester City have also been linked with Krasic, who earlier this year admitted he regretted not joining Tottenham during the January transfer window following interest from Harry Redknapp's side.

Lazio also tried to sign the £12million-rated midfielder at the start of the year but were snubbed.

According to the report, Lazio are now trying to sign Krasic on loan with a view to a permanent move in twelve months time, but Juventus are unwilling to entertain a loan deal.

And in addition, Krasic has let it be known he is keen on a move to the Premier League.

Last month Dejan Joksimovic insisted his client would not leave Juve to join another Serie A side, stating: "It is certain that he will leave Juventus.

"He wants to leave, he has not been playing regularly and because of this his spell in Turin is over. His time in Italy has come to an end, and he is ready to go to another country.

"Tottenham or Liverpool? There is not a specific side who want to sign him. But believe me, he has a lot of clubs interested in him."

At time of writing Man City are the bookmakers' favourites to sign Krasic this summer, ahead of Tottenham, Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Arsenal.
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