Striker target puts United & Spurs ‘on alert’ – report

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Manchester United and Tottenham have both been put on alert for Mirko Vucinic after the striker admitted he would consider a move to the Barclays Premier League.

Vucinic has starred for Juventus since signing to the club in the summer, and is being continually linked to moves abroad despite only just joining the Italian giants.

While Tottenham are hoping to find a replacement for Roman Pavlyuchenko, who has made his intentions to leave Spurs in the January transfer window clear, United are also said to be interested in taking Vucinic on board.

And the star has made both United and Tottenham aware of his services, telling reporters when asked about moving to England: "That would be a great destination and, according to my agent, there are several options to consider."

United and Tottenham will both be considering their options as well, with just two months to go until the transfer window reopens.

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