Fergie and Villas-Boas warned off January deal

Chelsea and Manchester United’s interest in Serbian winger Milos Krasic may have to be put on hold for now, according to talkSPORT.

Juventus Director Giuseppe Marotta has vowed Krasic will be staying at the club.

“We will not let him leave Juventus in January but there has been interest from other clubs.”

He continued, “He is our player and is not going to be transfer listed or sold – he is our future and there is no reason to think otherwise.”

Krasic has been monitored closely by last season’s top two Premier League clubs. The 26-year-old moved to Juve last summer for a fee believed to be around £13 million from CSKA Moscow.

However, there were suggestions that he might want to leave “The Old Lady” after a disagreement with manager Antonio Conte.

This looks unlikely after Marotta’s comments.

The impressive Serbian was on the scoresheet seven times in Serie A last season. He only missed five league games for Juventus last season as they finished in seventh place.

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