Fenerbahce winger Milos Krasic has confessed that he is interested in a return to the Russian Premier League.
The Serbian midfielder spent seven years at CSKA Moscow before joining Juventus in the summer of 2010, but he now plies his trade at Bastia on loan from Fenerbahce.
And even though he is finally enjoying regular playing time, Krasic admits a return to Russia is a realistic option.
“Recently I watched Spartak vs Zenit. The championship improves. I would play there again one day,” Krasic told Soviet Sport.
The 29-year-old says he is happy at Bastia, but plans to consider his future at the end of the current campaign.
“It’s a small team, but thank God, everything goes well. I am a starter. I am only on loan from Fenerbahce, so late in the season, I will return to Turkey and we’ll see.”
Milos Krasic enjoyed an excellent start to his career at Juventus, making 33 league starts and scoring 6 goals, but things quickly started taking a turn for the worse.
He went on to join Fenerbahce in the summer of 2012, but was farmed out on loan to Bastia after failing to prove his worth in Istanbul.
Krasic has also lost his place in the national team in the process, having last featured for Serbia in November 2011.