Arsenal target stops training with club - switch imminent?

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Arsenal target Mirko Vucinic is no longer training with Juventus, according to Italian source Corrieredellosport.

The 30-year-old striker, who has been heavily linked with a move to the Emirates since the opening of the January transfer window, is said to have met Juve bosses today as he is still awaiting concrete clarification on his future, but failed to attend training afterward.

This comes following the news that a mooted switch deal involving Vucinic and Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin collapsed, despite public perception suggesting that it was a done deal.

The fact that the Montenegrin forward is now missing training with the Serie A champions would point to the notion that he is a certain to be leaving in the near future.

If speculation is to be believed then Vucinic could well make a move to Arsenal in order to strengthen their frontline.

Arsene Wenger has so far ruled out a move, but his hand may be forced if he is unable to acquire other targets.

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