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Too Good To Go Down? People keep saying they are too good to go down, but Spurs, who are still to win in the league, are now BP 7/2 to be relegated after being 100/1 last month.

Serbian foward Milos Krasic has confirmed he wants to leave CSKA Moscow for the Premier League and that he is aware of a number of English clubs interested in him.

Manchester United watchedhim in action last week, whilst Harry Redknapp’s Portsmouth are also monitoring the situation.

Krasic says he is now ready to quit the Russian capital when the transfer window opens in January.

“I think that the time has come for me to leave CSKA after several seasons which have been a fantastic success,” he told Vecernje Novosti.

“The club are aware of my wish to move, although money is not a problem for them.

“Anyway I have personal ambitions and my wish is to play in England, I know that they [several English clubs] have been following me for a while.

“I am waiting until the end of the [Russian] season in November, when I hope to win a Champions League place with CSKA and after that we will have discussions.

Too Good To Go Down? People keep saying they are too good to go down, but Spurs, who are still to win in the league, are now BP 7/2 to be relegated after being 100/1 last month.

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