Ferguson set sights on Serbian international.
The CSKA Moscow playmaker has been attracting interest from Europe’s elite clubs but a move to the Premier League appears his most likely destination.
His agent, Dejan Joksimovic, was quoted as saying: “I think that if Krasic leaves CSKA in January, he is 90 per cent likely to go to England.
“Manchester United? There are three or four big English clubs, with important financial resources, interested in him.”
Krasic, who is valued at around £9m, has been told he can leave his Russian club to further his career, opening the door for a January transfer. (Independent)
Sir Alex was reportedly so impressed with Krasic’s performances against Man United in their two encounters in the Champions League that he instantly added him to his prospective list of targets. The 25 year old Serbian playmaker is a top talent who is at the peak of his powers right now and is appears his agent is gearing up to offering his client to all and sundry and he may well be just what Ferguson is looking for to add even more creativity to his midfield.
After almost six years at CSKA Moscow, and having won just about all the domestic silverware available, one can see why Krasic is keen for a new challenge. He has the ability to make a name for himself and perhaps a move to Old Trafford would best suit the impressive attacking midfielder.
A host of clubs are chasing Milos but he will find it hard to turn down any offer that the Premier League champions may make, especially after seeing his international colleague, Nemanja Vidic, has gone from strength to strength since he made a similar move a few years back.