Milos Krasic's proposed move to Juventus looks to be back on after his agent claimed he has rejected a switch to Manchester City.
The 25-year-old Serbia winger has been linked with moves to a host of top European sides over the summer with Juventus and City believed to be leading the chase.
The CSKA Moscow winger held talks with Juve earlier in the summer but they soon broke down, opening the door for a potential move to Eastlands.
But his agent Dejan Joksimovic has revealed that talks are a back on with the Turin club and a move to Italy could now be imminent.
"There wasn't contact in recent weeks, but the situation is now good," he told Tuttosport.
"Krasic is looking forward to signing his contract with Juventus, he has been waiting for this moment all season.
"He has rejected the offer from Manchester City and has specifically asked CSKA to go to Juventus and he is being allowed.
"Juventus just need to resolve some issues related to the assignment of one or two players then they could buy Krasic."
Krasic played in all three of Serbia's World Cup games in the summer and was also linked with a move to Inter Milan.
But a move to Juve was always on the cards, with Joksimovic's partner Marko Naletilic adding: "We know the interest of Juventus in Krasic has never dropped and now CSKA have all the conditions to close the deal."