Tomi Juric could be on his way to England, with high-flying Championship club Reading preparing a late bid for the Caltex Socceroos striker, confirmed his Swiss club FC Luzern.
FC Luzern's sporting director Remo Gaugler has confirmed the Swiss Super League outfit has received a "lucrative" offer for Juric, who only arrived at the club this season and has scored four goals in 17 appearances in all competitions.
According to Luzerner Zeitung, Reading - who sit third in the Championship - have made a bid of over €2million for Juric.
"An offer has arrived," Gaugler was quoted as saying.
Luzern are fourth in the Swiss Super League - 18 points behind leaders FC Basel.
Meanwhile, Reading could be on track to earn promotion to the Premier League, with Jaap Stam's side sitting in the play-off spots just over half way through the season with 52 points.
Brighton and Hove Albion (60 points) and Newcastle United (58) occupy the automatic promotion berths and both have a game in hand on Reading.
England's midseason transfer window closes on Tuesday.
The 25-year-old striker joined Luzern on a two-year deal after one season with Roda JC in the Netherlands.
Juric hasn't played for Luzern since November after sustaining a knee injury but is back training with the club ahead of the Swiss Super League's resumption this weekend.
A photo posted by Tomi Jurić (@tomijuric9) on Jan 6, 2017 at 10:29am PST
Aussies Abroad: Two-year Danish Superliga record falls as Mabil's Midtjylland lose to Brondby
Awer Mabil’s hopes of clinching the Danish Superliga title with FC Midtjylland suffered a blow after a 2-1 loss to Brondby earlier this morning. Marc Dal Hende opened the scoring early for Midtjylland, but a swift equaliser from Simon Hedlund and a deflected winner from Jens M
Former Caltex Socceroos striker announces retirement
Former Caltex Socceroos forward and Adelaide United legend Bruce Djite has announced his retirement from football. Djite, 32, was most recently playing for Indonesian club PSM Makassar before returning to Australia last year. “I’ve had a few opportunities come up that inter
Aussies Abroad: Milligan and Rogic locked in Scotland, big wins for Amini and Giannou
Tom Rogic and Mark Milligan locked horns as the Scottish Premier League's runaway leaders, Celtic, were held by Hibernian in a stalemate at Easter Road. The Caltex Socceroo pair shared the pitch for around ten minutes as steely midfielder Milligan bustled for 70 minutes, while
Aussies Abroad: Ryan clean sheet puts Brighton in reach of safety
It may be an Easter long-weekend but that does not mean there is any less action for our overseas Caltex Socceroos. A clean sheet from Mat Ryan helped secure a vital point for Brighton & Hove Albion in the race for English Premier League survival, as they held Wolverhampton Wa