Leeds United and Tottenham Hotspur are both interested in signing former Torino defender Marco Migliorini, report Tuttomercatoweb.
The 23-year-old centre-back currently plays for Italian third division side Juve Stabia, where he has a contract until 2016.
He made 36 appearances for the club last season, helping them into the promotion play-offs.
Migliorini, also formerly of Chievo, has reportedly caught the eye with his performances and reports in Italy make it clear there is interest in his signature from both Serie A and Serie B clubs.
Discussing interest from abroad, Leeds United are credited with having an interest, while the report also claims Tottenham are willing to part with €1 million to bring the player to the club.
At either Leeds or Spurs, Migliorini would find the switch to English football will take some adjustment, as well as being a step up from the Lega Pro division in Italy.
Tottenham have already signed one defender this transfer window, report The Mirror, with Kevin Wimmer's deal from FC Koln expected to soon be formally announced.