Juventus and Milan are considering another exchange deal with Kakha Kaladze, as Fabio Grosso could move instead of Mauro Camoranesi.
It was reported this weekend that the two clubs were considering a straight swap of veteran internationals.
Camoranesi rejected the move to Birmingham City in a row over wages, but is still looking for a side where he can play regularly.
He was originally set to arrive in Milan in exchange for Georgian defender Kaladze, but there seems to have been a change of plan.
According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, the Rossoneri would still like to hand over Kaladze, but in exchange for Grosso rather than Camoranesi.
Grosso would fill the gap Milan currently have at left-back and be reunited with his 2006 World Cup winning teammate Gianluca Zambrotta.
The former Inter and Lyon man has been a flop at Juventus and is eager to revive his career at San Siro.