Milos Krasic's agent has admitted that his client has run of patience at Juventus and is actively looking for a new club.
The Serbia international moved to Turin in the summer of 2010, with Juve winning a frantic scramble for his signature.
He has, however, slipped out of favour under current coach Antonio Conte and has cut a frustrated figure on the sidelines.
Krasic is now looking for a way out of Juve, with his representative admitting that Chelsea and Manchester City have expressed an interest in the 27-year-old winger in the recent past.
"Conte doesn't want him anymore, Milos must play, so the best thing we can do for him is find a new club," Dejan Joksimovic told the Serbian press.
"We will see how the story develops until Christmas."
He added: "Both Chelsea and Manchester City sent offers for Milos last summer, but Juventus decided to reject them.
"You never know what will happen, but both of those clubs have yet to adequately fill the position of right winger in their starting line-ups.
"Juventus must act quickly because while he is not playing, Krasic's price in the market is dropping day by day.
"I repeat, Krasic must play and in one month's time we should have a clearer picture."
Asked about speculation linking Krasic with reigning Bundesliga champions Borussia Dortmund, Joksimovic said: "These are stories without any substance. I think Krasic is a bit bigger than Borussia at the moment."