Valencia are listed as the latest club to have come in with an offer for Mirko Vucinic, but the Juventus man reportedly won’t lower his salary.
The Montenegro international is strongly expected to leave the Bianconeri this summer, on from a season in which he struggled for regular first-team action and that halfway through he saw a January move to Inter break down at the last moment.
Tuttosport report that where the Nerazzurri remain interested in the 30-year-old, although a return to a possible swap with Fredy Guarin at winter rates looks unlikely.
The Turin based publication assert that Tottenham and Fiorentina are also tracking the forward and add today Valencia’s name to the list.
It is alleged that Los Che, newly acquired by Peter Lim, have come in with an offer of between €3m and €4m and, whilst it is way below Juve’s apparent €8m valuation, they are seen as ready to negotiate further.
However, one sticking point to any exit for Vucinic is seen as his unwillingness to negotiate down his current salary, which on a contract running until June 2015, pays €3m a year.
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