Arsenal held negotiations with No.9 Serie A centre-forward
Juventus could part ways with Dusan Vlahovic if they receive a sizeable offer for the centre-forward. Arsenal’s name is again thrown in the mix, with the report suggesting the London giants could pounce for the striker, possibly in the summer transfer window.
Serbia international continues to divide opinions among the Bianconeri fans. Vlahovic has yet to show the form that convinced the Old Lady to spend big on him. Dusan has failed to recreate his form with Fiorentina since making his big move.
The report suggests things are gloomy between the 22-year-old centre-forward and Juventus. Moreover, supporters stay open to seeing the Serbian centre-forward depart. The Serbian was not performing at his top level, stating he was saving his best for the World Cup.
The former Fiorentina centre-forward endured a torrid time in Qatar, scoring only once and has suffered injuries since returning. The report also adds there are problems between Vlahovic and Massimiliano Allegri. Moreover, the Old Lady have performed well in recent weeks without their frontman, and Juventus are open to a sale.
The Bianconeri reportedly value Vlahovic at €110m, a sizeable fee even for PL teams. The Gunners’ name is again mentioned as a potential suitor, with the report claiming the Spanish manager retains an interest in the striker.
The London giants showed an interest last January and tried hard to bring the centre-forward to the Emirates. Amid plenty of drama with his agent, Dusan Vlahovic eventually got his desire to join the Bianconeri.
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