Sebastian Giovinco has returned to the Italian national set-up, but he remains unsettled at Juventus and could be open to a transfer to Arsenal or Tottenham in January.
The diminutive star, nicknamed The Atomic Ant, has always been seen as a great talent, but he is yet to truly fulfil the vast potential he showed as a youngster.
Giovinco spent most of last season warming the bench at Juventus as Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente formed a deadly strike partnership.
The 27-year-old's contract expires in June 2015 and talks over a new deal have stalled over the last few months, prompting suggestions that Giovinco is ready to move on.
For Giovinco, who was once touted as the successor to Alessandro Del Piero's throne, this is a crucial time in his career and a move to the Premier League could be on the cards.
Arsenal and Tottenham are known to have watched Giovinco in the past and Juventus would be likely to consider a modest offer, given that he is a peripheral figure and could leave for nothing in June.