Arsenal are said to be knocking on Juventus' door for out-of-favour marksman Mirko Vucinic and La Gazzetta dello Sport claims that the Old Lady have given the Gunners a valuation.
The Montenegro international scored a penalty against former club Roma during Juventus' 3-0 win, but he has had limited involvement due to injury and being seen as second choice.
Tottenham had been linked to Vucinic, but it seems that their North London rivals Arsenal are now the keenest club looking for his services.
And today La Gazzetta dello Sport suggests that Juventus have told Arsenal they want just under £10m for Vucinic and that they aren't open to a loan.
Arsenal had reportedly been looking for a temporary paid loan until June, which could turn permanent if the 30-year-old fits in.
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