Mirko Vucinic could be tempted to leave Roma and Italy at the end of the season, his agent has noted.
The Montenegro striker has been linked with a summer move away from the Stadio Olimpico outfit after a problematic campaign.
Questioned on the subject, his agent Claudio Pasqualin seemed to open the doors for a foreign switch.
"Transfer offers have arrived from abroad," Pasqualin stated. "They include a bigger salary than what he currently earns at Roma, therefore Mirko may be tempted to leave."
Pasqualin subsequently rejected claims that Fiorentina could make an offer for him in Italy, citing financial reasons as the stumbling block.
A move to the Premiership could be likely with Manchester City a possible admirer of the former Lecce ace.
City may be looking at Vucinic as a replacement for Carlos Tevez who continues to be associated with Inter.
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