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Spurs hold talks with Serie A hotshot - reports

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Tottenham have reportedly held preliminary discussions over the potential acquisition of Roma striker Mirko Vucinic.

According to The Times, the north London club have spoken to the representatives of the 27-year-old, who is also a target for Juventus.

Italian publication La Gazzetta dello Sport had suggested on Sunday that Spurs were considering a €15 million offer for the Montenegro international, who scored on 10 occasions in 33 appearances for Roma last season.

Along with Spurs, Vucinic has previously been on the radars of Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United, as his future at the Stadio Olimpico seemingly hangs in the balance.




 

Vucinic is the latest in a long list of forwards to have been Spurs, as they seek desperately to bring a goalscorer of proven quality to White Hart Lane this summer.

Didier Drogba and Diego Forlan have been mentioned as targets for Spurs, while Brazilian youngster Leandro Damaio appears to be edging closer to a move to the club.

Harry Redknapp, however, has allegedly been told by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy that he must trim his squad before any significant investment can be made.

Robbie Keane and Roman Pavlyuchenko seem like the most likely candidates to leave White Hart Lane, while Wilson Palacios could also be shipped out by Spurs.

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