Liverpool have reportedly been offered Juventus winger Milos Krasic, who has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United.
AC Milan and Tottenham have also been linked with the 27-year-old in recent weeks and a January move has been widely expected as a result of the Serbia international falling out of favour at Juve this season under coach Antonio Conte.
Milan look unlikely to sign Krasic this month, however, and his agent has recently hinted at a move to the Premier League by insisting that his client would not join another Serie A side.
And according to the Daily Mirror, Juventus have approached Liverpool because former manager Rafael Benitez had showed interest in him.
Juventus are said to have told the Reds that they can sign Krasic for £12million - the figure they paid CSKA Moscow for him in 2010.
According to Saturday's report, Liverpool are not interested in paying that much for the midfielder, but they could consider taking him on loan.
It was thought that both Chelsea and Man Utd were considering loan moves for the player.
One of Krasic's representatives, Vlado Borozan, last week revealed that clubs from Russia and Turkey are also keen on signing him.