Arsenal on alert over Serie ‘A’ striker

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Arsenal have been put on red alert over the availability of striker target Mirko Vucinic, according to reports.

TalkSPORT claims the Juventus star will be one of three players made available at the end of the season, with Fabio Quagliarella and Sebastian Giovinco also out of contract in 2015 and set to be on offer to interested parties.

The Gunners were heavily linked with a move for Vucinic at the end of the January transfer window, with reports claiming Arsene Wenger attempted to bring the 39-cap Montenegro international to the Emirates Stadium on loan.

A move failed to materialise however, and Arsenal remain light of attacking options with Olivier Giroud and Nicklas Bendtner the only players with regular first team experience in north London.

But, with Antonio Conte set to offload some of his forwards in the summer, another opportunity might be available for the Arsenal manager to land his 30-year-old target when the widow re-opens.

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