Juventus and Montenegro striker Mirko Vucinic still has his eyes set on a Premiership move with Tottenham, Chelsea and both Manchester clubs monitoring his situation.
Having just signed for Juventus in the summer, the 28-year-old still has nothing but high praise for the Premier League and would welcome a move. The Montenegro international was heavily linked with a move to United and Spurs in the summer and with the possible departures of Jermain Defoe and Roman Pavlyuchenko, Vucinic could be the ideal man to replace them.
Despite just signing with The Old Lady 3 months ago, the clinical striker has admitted he is pondering over his options.
When asked if he would make a move to the Premier League, Vucinic said:
“That would be a great destination and, according to my agent, there are several options to consider.”
It will take a substantial offer to prize the striker away from Italy; a minimum of £25m would be required.