Fenerbahçe winger Milos Krasic has denied being in talks with Partizan but revealed that he is aware of the interest being shown by the Serbian giants.
“I have head the rumours but nobody from Partizan has been in contact and there have been no developments,” Krasic told the Milliyet.
Krasic also underlined that he could have a future at Fenerbahçe once the current manager Ismail Kartal leaves.
“When this manager leaves we will hold talks and see what happens,” he added.
Krasic missed most of 2015 after breaking his fibula in training that ruling him out until the end of the season.
Krasic failed to make a single appearance for the senior side this season and has trained with the reserve side despite being on a salary worth €2.4 million per-season.
The Serbian international joined Fenerbahce from Juventus for €8 million in August 2012 and still has two-years left on his contract.
The Yellow Canaries finished the Süper Lig as runners up in the Süper Lig this season.