Mirko Vucinic looks set to leave Juventus in the summer, with Greek champions Olympiakos the latest team to register an interest.
The Montenegrin forward was all set to be sold by the Bianconeri in January, but his move to Inter was cancelled, infamously, at the last minute by the Nerazzurri.
All the indications are however, that the goalscorer will be allowed to leave Turin at the end of the current season.
As such, Athens-based newspaper Gavros believes that Michel’s men will hope to lure the forward to Greece with the promise of trophies and playing time.
The Thrylos were crowned champions for a ninth consecutive time in March, and the club hope that, and a Champions League place, will entice the 30-year-old.
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