Milos Krasic could remain at CSKA Moscow this season having received no further contact from Juventus, according to his agent Vlado Borozan.
The Serbia winger was understood to be waiting for Juve to match CSKA's reported €18million (£15m) asking price after rejecting offers from Manchester City and Turkish club Fenerbahce.
But Borozon admits talks with the Serie A giants have stalled, and expects the 25-year-old to remain in Russia.
"At the moment there is no news," Borozan told Calciomercato.it.
"At least for me, there have been no new contacts with Juventus and Dejan (Joksimovic, another player's agent) didn't tell me anything.
"At present it is much more likely that the player remains at CSKA Moscow. We can't do miracles.
"The boy is not fine - he already set his sights on the Juventus jersey and refused the offers from Manchester City and Fenerbahce.
"It is not an easy situation for him, he must regain strength and start over. He's a class player and will certainly have other requests."