The future of Juventus forward Mirko Vucinic remains unresolved after his move to Inter Milan broke down last week.
The Montenegrin had already travelled to Milan to undergo a medical ahead of the ill-fated swap deal which would have seen Fredy Guarin move in the opposite direction.
Since returning to Turin, he has not trained with his teammates and is currently keeping himself fit separately with his future to be decided in the next few days.
"Mirko has spoken to [Juve coach Antonio] Conte and, given their excellent relationship, he has received permission to train separately in these final days of the transfer window," said the player's agent Alessandro Lucci in the Corriere dello Sport.
"He is at the centre of possible transfer negotiations, but he never asked to be sold before and he's not asking that now either."
Lucci was due to travel to London last week before the Nerazzurri firmed up their interest in the 30-year-old. He may now make that trip after all with a host of Premier League clubs still monitoring the situation. Vucinic has also emerged as a candidate for Monaco, who have lost Radamel Falcao for the rest of the season due to a knee injury.