The agent of Milos Krasic - a reported target for Manchester United and Chelsea - has confirmed his client is looking to leave Juventus in January.
Krasic has made only six appearances for Juve this term, and is expected to depart Turin when the transfer window opens next month.
Both Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge have been touted as possible destinations for the Serbian, as Sir Alex Ferguson and Andre Villas-Boas each scour the market for midfield reinforcements.
And, says Vlado Borozan, clubs from the Barclays Premier League are keen on the 27-year-old, although he was not prepared to comment on United or Chelsea directly.
“We are looking around,” Borozan told TMW. “Not just in Italy, but in Europe too.
"There are some top clubs in England, Spain and Germany who are following him very closely.”
Meanwhile, United and Chelsea will reportedly be joined in the pursuit of Everton's Jack Rodwell by Manchester City.
Villas-Boas has allegedly identified the 20-year-old as key target in his rebuilding target at Chelsea, while Ferguson is desperate to bolster his midfield ranks.
The United boss is without Darren Fletcher for a significant period of time, while Anderson and Tom Cleverley remain in the treatment room.