The agent of Andrej Kramaric has revealed that the striker wants to leave the club in the January transfer window.
The 24-year-old became the club's record signing last January when he joined the Foxes from Croatia side Rijeka for £9m.
Kramaric has struggled to hold down a regular first-team spot at the King Power Stadium, partially due to the form of Jamie Vardy, and Vincenzo Cavaliere has suggested that the Croatian has grown frustrated with his situation in the East Midlands.
"If he has to change, rather than remain at Leicester, it is obvious that we should choose an ambitious club, but where he gets on the pitch on a regular basis," Cavaliere told Tutto Mercato.
"At Juventus we do not believe there's interest, as even [Simone] Zaza is not playing, 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 his life and has many admirers. In Christmas the English teams play five games. Let's see."
Kramaric has scored four goals in 19 appearances for Leicester.