Valencia are reportedly attempting a last-minute bid for Mirko Vucinic, but the player apparently isn’t interested and Arsenal remain in the picture.
On from seeing a move to Inter break down last week, the Montenegrin striker is seen as on his way out of Turin in the closing stages of the January transfer window, with Arsenal said to be leading the way.
However, having provisionally agreed a deal to send Helder Postiga to Lazio, Valencia are increasingly reported as tracking Vucinic too.
It is understood that Los Che have come in with an offer of €1m to take the striker on loan until June, with a further mandatory buyout clause set at €6m for the summer.
However, Sky Sport Italia suggest that Vucinic is unconvinced by the prospect of moving to the La Liga outfit, with the suggestion that Arsenal remain in pole position for his signature.
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