La Gazzetta dello Sport has learned that Juventus are prepared to cash in on star forward Mirko Vucinic after signing Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez.
Despite being regarded as a key player last season, the Montenegrin forward will need to battle for his place in the side with the new signings this term.
With Fabio Quagliarella, Sebastian Giovinco and Alessandro Matri also vying for places up front, Vucinic could decide to leave Turin in search of guaranteed first team football.
Considering the number of options up front, the Bianconeri wouldn’t mind selling the 29-year-old this summer, although they will want at least €15 million for his services.
Vucinic should have no shortage of offers following yet another impressive season in Turin, with Napoli reportedly leading the race for his signature.
Long-term admirers Tottenham could also decide to reignite their interest in the player as they continue their search for a high-profile striker.