​Juventus are among many Serie A clubs interested in signing out-of-favour striker Andrej Kramaric from Premier League side Leicester City, according to Sky Italia - ​via Football Italia.

The Croatian signed for Leicester in January for £7.5m, snubbing Chelsea, but has since been pushed down the order due to Jamie Vardy's extraordinary season.

Vardy's run of scoring in 11 consecutive Premier League games has limited Kramaric to just 12 minutes of Premier League football - and it has been a month since the Croat last saw the Leicester bench in the league. 

Kramaric had been used in the Foxes' three League Cup matches and scored in their second-round win over League One side Bury, but has failed to impress since.

This has lead Serie A clubs to keep tabs on Kramaric's progress with Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan the three biggest names targeting the striker.

Reports in Italy claim that initial contact has already been made between Italian clubs and Kramaric's agent, with the Croation eager for a move in January after growing frustrated in England.

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