'Minutes' required to complete United and Spurs Serie A target deal

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Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini claims a deal to sign Mirko Vucinic would take a potential suitor just three minutes.

The Montenegro striker has signalled his intention to leave the Serie A giants, and Sabatini has vowed to do what he can to find the forward a new club.

Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have both been heavily linked with a move for Vucinic, and Sabatini says anyone wants to sign the 27-year-old, a deal could be completed in record time.


“I need just three minutes to reach an agreement," he said. "That’s how long it took me to find a deal with Leonardo over the sale of Jeremy Menez to Paris SG.

"Vucinic has clearly asked us to leave and we will satisfy his request.”

United and Spurs have been heavily linked with a move for Vucinic this summer, as both club continue to become frustrated in their search for their No.1 transfer targets.

While United have become unstuck in their attempts to sign a replacement for Paul Scholes, Spurs are still looking to bolster their attacking options with the future of Robbie Keane and Roman Pavlyuchenko still uncertain.

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