Huddersfield Town have tabled loan offers for Norwich City’s Josip Drmic and Millwall’s Matt Smith, Football Insider understands.
Drmic has fallen out of favour at Carrow Road while Smith has played 20 Championship games this season.
A recruitment source has told Football Insider the Yorkshire outfit are interested in adding just one of the pair before the deadline.
Drmic, a 32-time Switzerland international was told in the summer he was surplus to requirements with Norwich bolstering their striker options with the arrival of Jordan Hugill.
He told Bild: “Neither coach Daniel Farke nor sports director Stuart Webber gave me a real reason. In the summer I was only told that I could no longer play and train with the first team because they no longer plan with me. ”
The former Borussia Monchengladbach ace played 21 times in the Premier League last season after moving to England on a free transfer.
Smith has started just five games for Millwall this season and has been left on the bench for their last three Championship fixtures.
The Englishman has extensive second-tier experience and has scored 57 goals in 246 games in the division across spells with Leeds United, Fulham, QPR and Millwall.
Huddersfield Town are in desperate need of more firepower as they look to turnaround their recent poor form.
They have won just once in their last seven league games and now find themselves 10 points behind the play-off positions.