The defender has been struggling to play regularly for Manchester City.
Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov has admitted that his career at Manchester City could be over, with a move to Juventus on the cards, Sky Sports reports.
The left-back has made only 11 Premier League starts for City this season and is frustrated at the lack of first-team football at the Etihad.
Juventus are reportedly set to step up their interest in Kolarov following the signing of City striker Carlos Tevez and Kolarov admits that he is looking to play regular first team football.
Speaking to the Serbian Sports Arena, Kolarov said: “I am constantly in contact with the club (City), and we will soon see what will happen.
“I’m happy in Manchester, but I want to play regularly.
“Money is not everything, I would be available to cut my salary. Simply, I want to be in the regular eleven.”
City are looking to trim their wage budget this summer and with Kolarov earning £90,000 a week at the club, the Sky Blues feel that they may need to sell a player who isn’t playing regularly for them.
It may come down to new manager Manuel Pellegrini, who may attempt to give Kolarov a chance in City’s first team.
City paid £16 million for Kolarov and they know that they are unlikely to re-coup anything like that if they sell him this summer.