Juventus will listen to offers for striker Mirko Vucinic, but only if they exceed €15m, Gazzetta dello Sport have reported.
The 29-year-old’s place in the team has become threatened by the summer signings of Carlos Tevez from Manchester City and Fernando Llorente from Athletic Bilbao, and he is currently undecided on his future.
A number of clubs have been linked with signing the Montenegrin, including Napoli and both Milan clubs, along with Russian club Zenit St Petersburg.
The Old Lady, who signed the forward from for the same amount in 2011, are not willing to make a loss on his transfer.
Vucinic has scored 24 goals in 78 appearances in his two Scudetto-winning seasons in Turin, while he has scored 14 goals in 35 games for his country.
He has previously played in Serie A for Lecce and AS Roma, and it is likely that he will remain in Italy, even if he leaves the Italian champions.
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