In January, Krasic's Agent Vlado Borozan confirmed that his client 'wants to change teams', but only for 'a top club, possibly in England'.
A few weeks ago, Borozan bemoaned the fact that Krasic had become 'an unrecognisable player' at Juventus because of a 'tactical problem'.
Yesterday, Borozan confirmed yet again that Krasic would 'certainly leave at the end of the season'.
To be honest, It's easy to see why £14m-rated Krasic has been frozen out at Juve. Like so many of Liverpool's current players, he's not consistent enough. For example, last season, he got six goals and six assists in 37 starts, which is creditable, but at one point, he scored only two goals in 24 games.
On the plus side, Krasic is undoubtedly talented, and at 27, he's entering what should be the prime of his career, so a team that uses him properly could reap the rewards.
Worth a look in the summer? With Dirk Kuyt probably leaving, Liverpool need at least two right-sided players IMO: A top class right midfielder/winger, and a quality back-up. Krasic could fill the 'back-up' role, but based on performance, he could make the right-wing spot his own.
The Serbian can also play on the left, and I would take him over Stewart Downing any day of the week.