Liverpool are reportedly prepared to offer Juventus outcast Milos Krasic a route out of Turin this summer.
The 27-year-old Serbia winger has featured only seven times for the new Serie A champions this season, and is expected to leave the club during the transfer window having been cast aside by Antonio Conte.
Krasic has not played for Juve since January, and had been expected to sign for Tottenham during the winter window, only for a proposed loan move to White Hart Lane to collapse.
And, should Harry Redknapp decide to reignite his interest in the former CSKA Moscow winger, the Spurs boss will reportedly have to compete with Kenny Dalglish for his signature.
According to Italian TV station Mediaset, the Liverpool manager is interested in bringing Krasic to Anfield, and is prepared to offer around £10 million in order to secure his services.
The acquisition of midfield reinforcements will surely be a summer priority for Liverpool this year, given the lack of contribution from Dalglish's current ranks over the course of the campaign.