The Serbian had his big breakthrough in Serie A last term, scoring 21 times with the Viola in 2020-21.
He has continued to perform in 2021-22 and Fiorentina are doing well under Vincenzo Italiano, much thanks to the young striker.
But Vlahovic has decided against renewing with the Florentines, as Rocco Commisso sent a letter to the fans to explain the situation.
The Bianconeri are, according to Tuttosport, ready to make an effort to sign the starlet, but will face competition from many clubs.
Vlahovic was linked with Tottenham Hotspur and Atletico Madrid during the summer, with Inter asking about his situation when they were looking for Romelu Lukaku’s replacement.
Juventus have Alvaro Morata on a two-year paid loan from Atletico Madrid and the Bianconeri have an option to buy for €35m next summer, taking the total amount to €55m for the Spain international.
The reassurance of having Morata available gives sporting director Federico Cherubini time to plan his moves, as Juventus are looking to convince Commisso.
On the other hand, the Bianconeri don’t have to find a new club for Morata to make space for Vlahovic, as they can just send him back to Atletico, a decision they don’t have to take until next year.
Federico Chiesa arrived from Fiorentina last summer and the Old Lady hopes to sign the Serbia international with a similar operation.
The winger arrived on a paid loan worth €10m with an obligation to buy with conditions in July 2022.
Morata has scored three goals in seven appearances, including one in the Champions League this term and the 28-year-old’s future might depend on Vlahovic’s availability.
The 21-year-old’s contract at Fiorentina expires in June 2023, which could help the possible suitors in the negotiations with Commisso.
— Tuttosport (@tuttosport) October 8, 2021