West Ham United are being linked with yet another Serbian midfielder.
The Croatian has scored four goals in 20 appearances both domestically and in Europe this season, and the report states that he would cost at least £8.5 million.
Spanish giants Valencia are also said to be keen on Milivojevic, who moved to the Greek champions in 2014 from Anderlecht, where he was a teammate of West Ham midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate.
And with Kouyate spending much of the campaign at the centre of the Hammers' defence, Milivojevic could fill the void left by the Senegalese in front of the back four.
The 25-year-old is not the only Serbian midfielder to be linked with a move to West Ham this winter, after Astana's Nemanja Maksimovic [Sunday People].
The pair were simultaneously on the books of Red Star Belgrade, although Maksimovic did not appear for the first team before his 2013 switch to Domzale.
Would Milivojevic be a good signing for West Ham United?