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Arsenal Are Interested in Taking Juventus Striker Mirko Vučinić On Loan For Rest of Season: Nightly Soccer Report

Mirko Vučinić 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.

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