Vlahovic’s contract runs out in June 2023, but Fiorentina President Rocco Commisso announced last month that the 21-year-old doesn’t want to extend his stay at the club by signing a new deal.
Therefore, there are many reports that La Viola will try to sell Vlahovic in January.
However, the Serbia international seemed to suggest that his desire is to stay in Florence in the near future.
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Last night, he celebrated one of his goals against Milan by pointing his chest and the pitch.
Scorer of ten goals in 13 appearances across all competitions, Vlahovic has been linked with several top European clubs, especially Juventus, Tottenham and Arsenal.
Fiorentina want €70-80m to sell their star striker, the second most prolific player in 2021 with 27 goals, only second to Bayern Munich ace Robert Lewandowski.