Andrej Kramaric’s agent has hinted that the out-of-favour Leicester striker would be open to a move to Valencia – but has cast doubts over links to Juventus.
The Croatian striker joined the Foxes in a club-record £9million deal from Rijeka in January 2015, but has struggled to make an impact at the King Power Stadium, having featured in just four games this season.
Speculation has seen the striker, who opted for a move to Leicester ahead of Chelsea last January, linked with a move to Italy with Juventus and AC Milan reportedly keen.
And while his agent suggests a move away the club is feasible, he also admits staying at the club is also a strong possibility.
Speaking to Italian news agency TMW, Vincenzo Cavaliere said: “If he has to change, rather than remaining in Leicester, it is obvious that we choose an ambitious club but where he gets on the pitch on a regular basis.
“At Juventus we do not believe there’s interest, (Simone) Zaza does not play there for example, while at Milan, there are Luiz Adriano and (Carlos) Bacca.
“But there are many clubs that are struggling to score goals, such as Valencia.
“Then things can change, Vardy is having the season of life but has many admirers, at Christmas the English teams have five games. Let’s see.”