Old Trafford boss interested in wide-man, really?
Juventus will allow Manchester United to take Milos Krasic on loan in January if Sir Alex Ferguson firms up his interest in him.
The Italian giants have been approached by a string of top European clubs regarding the winger’s availability. United are said to be keen on him, along with the likes of Chelsea and AC Milan.
Krasic is open to a move in the upcoming winter transfer window, having grown disillusioned with life at Juve.
The 27-year-old’s agent, Dejan Joksimovic, recently claimed that coach Antonio Conte did not want him at the club.
Ferguson has been watching developments and, according to sources in Italy, Juve are now open to loaning Krasic out next month.
The Serbian is valued at around £15million, but Juventus would rather loan him out until the summer before taking a view on the situation.
Such a deal could then lead to a permanent move.
SOURCE: Daily Mirror
This sounds odd. Given that Manchester United have a number of wide-options including Nani, Luis Antonio Valencia, Danny Welbeck and Ashley Young to name just four, and the fact that it would appear that central midfielder are in short supply, with Anderson, Tom Cleverley and Darren Fletcher all sidelined, why would Sir Alex Ferguson be keen on taking in a Juventus winger who doesn’t even get a game for the in form Turin side?
This sounds suspiciously like ‘agent-talk’ as Milos Krasic’s reps realise that the former CSKA Moscow man with a love of a good dive, is desperate to build up interest in a player who is not exactly at the top of his game.
A move to Old Trafford seems incredibly unlikely.