Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp is reportedly interested in out-of-favour Juventus winger Milos Krasic but could face competition from a number of top European clubs, according to the player's agent.
The Serbia international, who joined Juventus from CSKA Moscow in the summer of 2010, has played just seven games for the Serie A club this season and has been linked with a move abroad to reinvigorate his career.
Reports in Friday's press suggest high-flying Tottenham are prepared to submit an offer for Krasic, 27, as they look to affirm their top-four credentials.
Redknapp has expressed concern over the squad's ability to cope with a hectic second half of the season, as Tottenham battle to stay in the title race and challenge for the FA Cup.
Recent injuries to Sandro and William Gallas, coupled with concerns over the long-term fitness of Scott Parker and Aaron Lennon, has led the Tottenham manager to scout a number of possible options that are available this month.
Krasic certainly fits the bill. The nimble right-winger is set to hold talks with the Juventus hierarchy in the next few days, and his agent, Dejan Joksimovic, told reporters in Italy that his client has attracted a number of enquiries from the Premier League.
"In the next few days, Milos will talk with Marotta to understand what the club plans for him - offer him another chance, sell him or loan him out," Joksimovic told Calcio Mercato. "There are clubs interested in him, like Chelsea, Inter Milan and now Tottenham and Fenerbache.
"There are also three Russian clubs in the running that I cannot name. Milos doesn't want to return to Russia so soon and there is the possibility that, with some assurances, he could remain at Juventus - even if I believe that he should change team."
Tottenham's recent form has seen them emerge as the only realistic title challengers to Manchester City and Manchester United. Spurs are currently third, three points behind United with a game in hand and Benoit Assou-Ekotto believes the club are certainly in with a chance of landing the Premier League crown in May.
"Out minimum target is to finish in the top four. After that, anything is possible," the Tottenham fullback told the London Evening Standard. "No one can predict what will happen over the next five months. We are no longer looking behind us at other teams' results.
"Instead, we are the ones getting the results and they are looking at us, hoping we slip up. You can see how much we have improved, even over the last 12 months.
"Just look at the table - we are in third place and we deserve to be there."