Juventus are reportedly expecting Zenit St Petersburg to come in with an offer for Mirko Vucinic, so they have set their asking price.
Tuttosport report today that the Bianconeri are open to the sale of two strikers, in light of Carlos Tevez’ recent arrival in Turin and on possible intentions for further purchases in the market.
The latest suggestion is that Vucinic is on the market and that whilst Tottenham Hotspur’s rumoured interest has apparently died away, Luciano Spalletti’s Zenit are reportedly ready to come in with an offer.
It is believed that Juve’s starting price for 29-year-old is €18m, but that with negotiation they may settle for €15m.
Zenit were reported yesterday as willing to bid up to €9m for the Montenegro international.
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