Arsenal Are Interested in Taking Juventus Striker Mirko Vučinić On Loan For Rest of Season: Nightly Soccer Report
Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Juventus striker Mirko Vucinic on loan for the remainder of the season. However, talks could break down as Juventus is only interested in a permanent signing, while the Gunners are insistent on a loan deal.
Juventus rates Vucinic as a £8million player.
Talks are set to continue next week, so there’s still a chance Arsenal could sign the Montenegrin footballer who has scored 21 goals in 71 league appearances for Juventus.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Arsenal are interested in taking Juventus striker Mirko Vučinić on loan for rest of season — 101GG
- José Mourinho plants thoughts of Chelsea move in Wayne Rooney’s mind — The Guardian
- Danny Ings bid to be made as Rene Meulensteen looks to inject young blood into team — The Mirror
- Manchester United’s Anderson completes loan move to Fiorentina — The Guardian
- Lucas Moura’s agent hints at summer move to Manchester United — Metro
- Derek Llambias in frame to replace Nicola Cortese as Southampton chairman — The Telegraph
- Wang Jianlin eyes £175m purchase and could make Saints the Premier League’s richest — The Mirror
- Swansea City’s Chico Flores has fallen for the Welsh way of life — The Telegraph
- Tim Sherwood says short-term deals can reduce pressure — The Guardian
- Tim Sherwood reveals his debt to Kenny Dalglish — The Telegraph
- Seamus Coleman a £15million target as David Moyes looks to raid his old club again — The Mirror
- Lacina Traore deal unlikely’ – West Ham manager Sam Allardyce — Evening Standard
- Chelsea postpone deal for PSG star Adrien Rabiot after he suffers knee injury — Metro
- Wes Brown escapes even a booking for horror ankle-snapping tackle from behind on Gaston Ramirez — 101GG
- Real Madrid demolish Real Betis to go joint top — The Guardian
- Socceroos’ Robbie Kruse an extreme doubt for World Cup — The Guardian
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