Mirko Vucinic will reportedly leave Roma this summer with Juventus and Manchester City possible destinations.
New Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini will allegedly offer the player a new contract, but it is claimed the Montenegrin will refuse an extension.
Vucinic, it is said, would prefer to leave the Stadio Olimpico outfit after a problematic last campaign in the capital.
The former Lecce ace, who is contracted to the capital city club until 2013, earns over €4m a season before tax.
He is believed to have caught the attention of Juventus given that the Turin giants are looking to grab a big-name striker this summer.
Premiership side City have also been paired with the versatile forward in the past and would again consider a swoop should he become available.
The Montenegro striker scored 10 goals in 28 League appearances for the Giallorossi this season.
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