Milos Krasic's agent has stated that the player looks set to move to England in January.
Manchester United have most recently been linked with the Russian star, while Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City are also said to be interested in the 25-year-old.
Krasic is also wanted by teams in Italy but they limit the amount of non-EU players, which is not an issue for Premier League clubs.
"I think that if Krasic leaves CSKA in January, he is 90 per cent likely to go to England," Dejan Joksimovic told Calciomercato.
"Manchester United? There are three or four big English clubs, with important financial resources, interested in him."
Both AC and Inter Milan are also reported to be keen on the highly-rated Serb but Joksicmovic admits a move to Serie A would be difficult in January.
"I don't know anything about Inter while I heard something about AC Milan a month ago through my partner, but nothing concrete," he continued.
"In January it is much more probable the English track will be followed, also because there aren't problems about extra EU players.
"If Krasic won't leave in January, in the summer Italy could return as a possibility.
"And if Milan were to come forward, it would be an excellent solution for Milos, no doubt about it."