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West Ham United want Milos Krasić on loan, but Juventus would prefer to offload the Serbian to Liverpool for £6 million, according to the Daily Mirror.
Krasić puts the Anfield club in a tricky situation, because the Reds would be basing their decision on his 2010-11 season, which wasn't even that great.
He gave Giovanni Pasquale the run around, providing two assists in a 4-0 win. Two weeks later, he was world-class against Cagliari, scoring a hat trick and running the show in a 4-2 win. He was also an incisive threat in a 0-0 draw against Inter Milan.
He had a meteoric start, but gassed out towards the end of the season, as he went on a 10-game, seven-game and five-game stretch without scoring or providing.
He endured a frustrating 2011-12 season as Antonio Conte froze the Serbian out.
Like Milan Jovanović, when Krasić is bad, he's really bad.