United And Arsenal Set To ‘Push Hard’ To Sign “Juve” Striker In January But His Club May Only Sell For 70M

Manchester United and Arsenal are both likely to “push hard” to snap up Juventus forward Dusan Vlahovic, according to Calciomercato.com.

The Italian website claims that the two Premier League teams are leading the race for the Serbian international:

Vlahovic, who has been described as “lightning” quick by Sky Sports pundit Micah Richards, only joined Juve from Fiorentina at the start of this year. However, the Serie A club is under investigation for financial irregularities, raising doubts over the future of some of their key players.

Even so, Calciomercato report that the Bianconeri would still be reluctant to sell their main striker, with only “crazy” bids in excess of €80m (£70m) likely to be considered.

With United believed to have limited money available ahead of the January transfer window, it’s unlikely that they will possess the funds needed to finance a bid for Vlahovic. Manager Erik ten Hag is, though, very keen to recruit a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo so we shall see if he can convince the club’s hierarchy to shell out on a new number nine.

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