Tottenham could look to Roma striker Mirko Vucinic to lead their attack next season, after the players’ agent revealed the Montenegro striker’s interest in a move away from Serie A.
Vucinic, 27, has scored nine goals in 19 Serie A starts this season, yet has not always been able to hold down a starting place, both under previous coach Claudio Ranieri, and subsequently former Giallorossi striker Vincenzo Montella, who took over from the former Chelsea boss.
Added to the fact that Roma look unlikely to secure Champions League football next year, the volatile striker would consider a move. The players’ agent Claudio Pasqualin told The Sun: It interests Mirko to move abroad, where there have been proposals greater than what he is given in Rome.”
Tottenham are known to be in the market for a striker, after attacking trio Peter Crouch, Jermain Defoe and Roman Pavyluchenko failed to score consistently this season, and the club have previously been linked with Vucinic.