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Juventus winger Milos Krasic is attracting interest from Chelsea, Inter Milan, Tottenham and Fenerbahce, according to the player's agent.

• Agent: Chelsea want Krasic

Serbia international Krasic, 27, joined Juve from CSKA Moscow in the summer of 2010 but has fallen down the pecking order and has been persistently linked with a January departure.

Krasic is to hold talks with Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta to determine his future, but it appears he will have no shortage of suitors should the club decide to cash in.

"In the next few days, Milos will talk with Marotta to understand what the club plans for him - offer him another chance, sell him or loan him out," agent Dejan Joksimovic told Calcio Mercato. "There are clubs interested him in, like Chelsea, Inter Milan and now Tottenham and Fenerbahce."

There have also been reports linking Krasic with a return to Russia, but that appears unlikely.

"There are also three Russian clubs in the running that I cannot name. Milos doesn't want to return to Russia so soon and there is the possibility that, with some assurances, he could remain at Juventus - even if I believe that he should change team."

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