Liverpool offered Krasic by Juventus

Italian giants Juventus have spoken to Liverpool over the possibility of selling midfielder Milos Krasic, according to The Mirror. Krasic has also been linked with a move to Chelsea, but the Italians have offered Liverpool the chance to enter negotiations.

New Juventus coach Antonio Conte does not want Krasic in his first-team plans and is looking to get him away from Turin before the end of the January transfer window. Former Reds boss Rafa Benitez was interested in the Serbian international whilst he was in charge and Juventus have contacted Liverpool to see whether the club’s interest is still there. Juventus want to recoup all of the £12m they paid for Krasic in 2010 from CSKA Moscow.

Liverpool are not interested in paying that much for the midfielder, but are interested in a loan deal until the end of the season. The Italian giants would prefer a straight cash deal for Krasic and if Liverpool can not arrange a deal, um the Serbian would have to stay in Turin until at least the summer. Reds boss Kenny Dalglish is interested in signing the 27 year old and will discuss with Reds officials as to which way is best.

Chelsea and Tottenham had been interested in Krasic, but they failed to offer interest in the Serbian and Juventus have ruled out any moves to London. Krasic has spoken with Juventus director Guiseppe Moratta over his future and has a host of suitors in Europe and Russia, including wealthy Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala.

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