The agent of Fenerbahce winger Milos Krasic has moved to confirm reports linking his client with a summer move to Russia.
Krasic, 28, has been struggling for playing time in Turkey, and he could be leaving Fener at the end of the current campaign in search of first team football.
According to Izvestia, Dynamo Moscow are keen to sign the Serbian midfielder as a replacement for Balasz Dzsudzsak, who is followed by both Inter and Liverpool.
Even if the winter transfer window in Russia does not close until tomorrow, Dynamo will wait until the summer before making their move.
“We have had several contacts with Russian teams, but he (Krasic) is staying in Turkey until June,” agent Dejan Joksimovic told Izvestia.
Milos Krasic has spent most of his career in Russia, having played for CSKA Moscow between 2004 and 2010 before joining Juventus in the summer of 2010.
Despite impressing in his first season in Turin, the Serbian winger has seen his career take the wrong turn over the last few years, and a return to Russia might help him get his career back on track.