Roma striker Mirko Vucinic would find it hard to turn down a move to Napoli, according to the player's agent Alessandro Lucci.
The Montenegro international has cut a disgruntled figure this season and speculation is mounting that he would like to leave at the end of the season.
Speaking to Radio CrC, Lucci said: "Vucinic is often linked with Napoli. The boy has a contract until 2013 with Roma. He is happy in the team and has a good relationship with the club.
"However, nothing is impossible in football and Napoli is certainly a fascinating place.
"I believe that Napoli are a team on an upward curve, also on a level of realising they can reach important objective.
"Walter Mazzarri's side are very strong up front and, as a lover of football, I think an attack composed of Edinson Cavani, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Vucinic would be devastating and unbeatable as a trio.
"These three footballers together would be the best attacking trident in Europe.
"Today Napoli are a competitive club. Their place in Serie A shows that.
"I believe that with some good signings Napoli could realise important objectives next year.
"At the moment we don't know what will happen at Roma. We need to understand the scenarios that could be after the takeover.
"It's premature to talk about the sales of footballers or potential investments," he concluded.
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