Juventus flyer set for Anfield or White Hart Lane.
Juventus winger Milos Krasic is the subject of loan bids from Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, according to Italian website TuttoSport.
The Serbian flyer, whose sometimes appeared to be signed because he looked kind of like legendary Juve midfielder Pavel Nedved, has struggled to settle in Turin and is regularly linked with a transfer abroad.
Today it seems it is Spurs and Liverpool to be heading the queue for his signature, but Tuttosport claim that both clubs have only offered temporary deals.
Juventus are reportedly only really willing to do business for a permanent transfer, as they are looking to move Krasic on.
However, the risk free option for Liverpool in particular would be to do what Juventus did with Alberto Aquilani last season.
They took the Reds’ playmaker on loan for a season, with a fee agreed in advance if he performed well.
Perhaps Kenny Dalglish could tempt Krasic to Anfield by proposing a similar arrangement with Juventus.
It is more difficult to see where Tottenham would utilise Krasic, as they are better stocked for midfield options for the flanks.
Should Gareth Bale and Aaron Lennon be unavailable, Rafael van der Vaart can drop back or Niko Krancjar and Steven Pienaar can come in.