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Liverpool and Manchester United could be set to revive their interest in Roma winger Adem Ljajic.
The Serbian winger is set to be told he is surplus to requirements at the Serie A club following the arrival of Juan Iturbe.
Reports in Italy suggest that Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini has already met with Ljajic's agent to explain the situation.
And while Milan remain favourites to land the Serbian having shown an interest in January, Liverpool and United are also mentioned as potential destinations.Ljajic previously had a spell training with United - and was even technically owned by the Manchester club - before the Red Devils renounced their rights to the youngster due to problems acquiring a work permit.
That saw Ljajic make the move to Serie A with Fiorentina where he clashed with the club's bosses before joining Roma last summer.
But it now seems that Roma are ready to ship Ljajic out just 12 months after paying £8.5m for the former Partizan Belgrade star.