Tottenham coach Joe Jordan has refused to rule out the possibility of Juventus winger Milos Krasic making a move to White Hart Lane.
The Serbia international has been linked with a number of clubs since the transfer window opened, with teams in England, Italy and Russia said to be closely monitoring his situation.
With Juve unable to guarantee him first-team football this season, it has been suggested for some time that Krasic could be on the move in January.
Spurs have been touted as one possible destination for the 27-year-old, and Jordan admits the Premier League outfit will be keeping all of their options open up until Tuesday's deadline has passed.
"I cannot say too much about the club's intentions," he told tuttojuve.com.
"Krasic is one of the many names that the transfer market offers, but a successful negotiation will depend on the will of the player.
"We are happy with our squad. We could do something, though, if a player leaves in the coming hours. Anything is possible."
One of Krasic's representatives has also given his take on the Spurs rumours, with Vlado Borozan hinting that a move to Russia is a more feasible option at present.
"There are so many different requests for Milos, but none of the offers are very firm," he said.
"Lazio, Tottenham, Zenit? I would say that the most interesting proposition comes from the Russian club. The fact that their window doesn't close until February could be an advantage. Let's see."