TURIN ITALY - JANUARY 16: Milos Krasic of Juventus FC in action during the Serie A match between Juventus FC and AS Bari at Olimpico Stadium on January 16 2011 in Turin Italy. (Photo by Valerio Pennicino/Getty Images)
Serbian winger Milos Krasic seems to have turned down the opportunity to move to Tottenham Hotspur. There are conflicting reports floating around twitter as to the logic behind the decision, but the sources of the tweets are honestly not that reputable so I won't be linking to them.
The first theory is that, Krasic did not want to join on loan; he only wanted a permanent move away from Juventus. The second is that the two clubs could not agree on wages. Tottenham Hotspur allegedly offered £50,000 per week, but Krasic wanted £70,000 per week. The final theory is that Krasic views the move as a step back in his career and was unwilling to come to White Hart Lane.
All those theories absolutely suck and I refuse to accept any of them. The most likely theory is the second. Wages are always going to be an issue for players signing for Spurs. These deal seems off and I don't foresee it happening. Krasic may now be targeting a move to Zenit St. Petersburg.