Juventus will only entertain offers of at least €15m for Mirko Vucinic, claims the Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Montenegro international is said to be considering his future in Turin following the high profile arrivals of Carlos Tevez from Manchester City and Fernando Llorente from Athletic Bilbao.
Vucinic, 10 goals in 31 League games last season, is thus no longer assured of a regular starting shirt with the Old Lady.
Milan, Inter and Napoli have been linked with him in recent months, while Zenit St Petersburg could also be interested.
Juve are ready to listen to bids for the 29-year-old, but they don’t want to make a loss on what they paid Roma in 2011 for his services.
The former Lecce player has scored 24 goals in 78 games for the Old Lady in his two seasons in Turin so far.
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