AC Milan and Liverpool have reportedly joined Arsenal and Manchester United in the race to sign Nuri Sahin from Real Madrid.
Sahin earlier this week rejected the chance to join Besiktas according to reports in Spain, fuelling speculation that a move to either Arsenal or United could be on the cards.
Madrid have already confirmed that the 23-year-old can leave the Bernabeu and Arsenal are keen on adding the Turkey international to their ranks by agreeing a season-long loan deal with the Spanish champions.
Premier League rivals United are, according to reports in Spain, looking to sign Sahin on a permanent deal.
But according to talkSPORT, Liverpool and Italian giants Milan are also ready to enter the race to sign the former Borussia Dortmund player.
And with Los Blancos coach Jose Mourinho having a good relationship with Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, a move to Anfield perhaps shouldn't be ruled out..
"He’s a young boy, he wants to play every match," said Mourinho last week.
"He wants to be happy to play, he wants to play to be happy, and in Real Madrid with Xabi Alonso, with [Sami] Khedira, with Lassana [Diarra], [Esteban] Granero, [Mesut] Ozil, the situation is not easy."
The former Chelsea manager also said the decision of whether Sahin leaves the Spanish capital before the end of the month will be down to the player himself.
"Real Madrid is very difficult. It is not an easy club, because we demand a lot," he added.
"We have great players, and when you don’t start well, it is difficult to do it.
"If he stays, he’s not a problem for me, he’s one more solution. We leave [the situation] in his hands."