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Dinamo Moscow, Antalyaspor both eyeing up James Troisi move - sources

Australia midfielder James Troisi
James Troisi is currently a free agent.

Dinamo Moscow and Antalyaspor are planning late moves for Australia international James Troisi, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

Troisi, 29, is currently in talks with Israeli side Maccabi Haifa, but Dinamo Moscow and Antayalspor are looking to hijack a possible move.

The midfielder is a free agent after leaving Melboune Victory at the end of last season and is weighing up a return to Europe.

The former Newcastle United and Juventus man impressed at this summer's Confederations Cup in Russia with a goal and man-of-the-match display in Australia's 1-1 draw with eventual finalists Chile in the group stages.

Troisi's performances in Russia have brought him to the attention of Russian Premier League side Dinamo, while Turkish side Antalyaspor are long-term admirers following his spells with Genclerbirligi and Kayserispor.

Troisi was signed by Newcastle in 2005 after being spotted playing for Adelaide City and also had a spell at Italian giants Juventus.

Peter O'Rourke is ESPN FC's transfer news correspondent. Follow him on Twitter @SportsPeteO.

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