Liverpool and Chelsea are considering a move to sign Juventus' star midfielder Andrea Pirlo in the summer, according to talkSPORT.
The 35-year-old has been instrumental in Juventus' last four consecutive league titles, including this season's success. He even started in his side's 2-1 victory over Real Madrid on the first leg of the Champions League semi-final at home.
The Italian international's contract with the Old Lady expires in the summer of 2016. However, Pirlo is open to the idea of leaving his current employers at the end of the season. The star midfielder hinted he could leave the Serie A outfit and make a switch to the Major League Soccer (MLS).
"Ending my Juventus story by pocketing the Champions League would be a dream come true," Pirlo told to La Gazzetta dello Sport before the Champions League's first leg semi-final clash.
"But I won't stop playing, I'll go on as long as I have the same great desire to keep training every day."
"I wouldn't go to another Italian team. Juventus will be my last Serie A team, whatever happens. MLS could be an idea, but for the moment I don't have anything, Juve are the only thing on my mind," he added.
Pirlo's latest comments have alerted the Premier League sides as both Liverpool are Chelsea are interested in securing his services. The two clubs have already approached the Italian champions over the availability of the veteran midfielder.
The Anfield outfit will say goodbye to their long-serving player Steven Gerrard after the end of this term. The former England international will join the MLS side LA Galaxy in the summer. Brendan Rodgers will have a huge task of replacing the Liverpool skipper in the summer.
The Northern Irishman has stepped up his side's interest in signing Pirlo as he believes the Juventus star can replace Gerrard at Liverpool.
The Italian has already admitted a move to the MLS is a possibility. It will take great effort from the Reds and the newly-crowned Premier League champions to convince Pirlo to join them in the summer.