Milos Krasic is still planning on leaving Juventus this summer, and his agent says the Serbia international will also be turning his back on Serie A.
Having struggled to hold down a regular role this season, Krasic has expressed a desire to move on at regular intervals.
A January switch failed to materialise, but the highly-rated winger will ensure that he heads through the exits once the transfer window re-opens.
A number of Europe's top clubs, including Tottenham and Liverpool, have been linked with his services, and all avenues will be explored.
"Will Krasic leave Juventus? Yes, of course," the 27-year-old's representative, Dejan Joksimovic, told tuttomercatoweb.com.
"He wants to leave, he has not played enough this season and that's why his time in Turin is finished.
"I don't understand why this has happened, only (coach, Antonio) Conte knows why.
"Tottenham or Liverpool? There is no specific club at the moment. Milos has many options and he won't remain in Italy.
"Could he go back to Russia? Sure, why not? Any major championship with an important project would be good for him."