Arsenal are struggling to get the deal over the line in which involves Dusan Vlahovic from Fiorentina. The 21 year old Serbian international is a transfer subject to both Gunners and Juventus respectively.
Later the Fiorentina chief said, the players camp are not 'picking up calls' to give a clear updates on these matter from there point of view. And now according to the Mirror, the Italian club has informed Arsenal. If they can agree on personal terms with Dusan then as per the club they can sign him.
Previously Fiorentina chief said, "Yes, we've received important bids for Vlahovic in January- we're open to sell. But we've never received any answer from his agent. "Said in an interview with sportitalia.
Vlahovic valuation according to the Fiorentina, could be €70m. And have been advised by the president of the club not to accept in exchange either technical counterparts or deferred payments.
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