Available Juventus winger Milos Krasic will only entertain offers from England, Spain or Germany.
The Italian champions are set to sell the Serbian, but talk that he is wanted in Russia has been rejected by his agent.
“CSKA, Zenit and Anzhi? I haven’t received any offer over the last month and that includes from Russia,” Dejan Joksimovic told calciomercato.com.
“The situation is very clear and that is that the player does not want to return to Russia and he won’t accept championships like Turkey.
“He will only accept bids from top clubs in England, Spain or Germany.
“And seeing as Juventus wouldn’t sell him when Inter and a few Premier League clubs wanted him, he’ll stay where he is unless clubs of similar stature come in for him.”
Krasic joined the Turin giants in the summer of 2010 from CSKA Moscow in a €15m deal.
The 27-year-old scored just one goal in seven Serie A appearances last season. He also featured in two Italian Cup games.
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