Juve's Krasic eyes summer exit

Juventus winger Milos Krasic has said that he is set to move on from Juventus at the end of the current Serie A campaign after struggling to find a way into Antonio Conte's team.

The 27-year-old has started only four games for Juve in Serie A this season, and has stated that he regrets not moving away from Italy on loan in the January transfer window.

"It is obvious there is no room for me, I was written off," Krasic told Serbian newspaper Vecernje Novosti. "Thus, there is nothing new, I'm training the best I can, I want to stay completely physically fit, in good shape, so when summer comes, I can find a new environment.

"At the end of the transfer window Tottenham Hotspur and Zenit made loan bids but I decided to stay, I believed that I would get another chance at Juventus.

"I judged it wrongly, now it turns out it was better that I left. I'll wait another month until the end of the championship and we'll part ways."

Krasic joined Juve in 2010 after a successful spell at CSKA Moscow, where he helped the Russian outfit win two league titles, four domestic cups and the 2005 UEFA Cup.

The Serbian has also been capped over 45 times by his country.