Italy Serie A's Juventus confident of landing Serbian International striker from Fiorentina and are now ready to grant more funds to Fiorentina for the striker. Juventus want to land the 21 year old before the closure of the January transfer window and are keen to outdo London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in the race for Vlahovic's signature.
According to reports in an Italian newspaper La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Juventus are said to have reached an agreement with the player's representatives over a five-year deal at Turin. Juventus have prepared an official bid of £ 50.4m to Fiorentina.
The striker who looks to have snubbed a move to England after his agents failing to reach an agreement with Arsenal. Mikel Arteta and Arsenal's sporting director Edu Gasper are already looking for options in leading there front line after failing to score in the last four matches in all competitions as Dusan Vlahovic preference is to join Juventus.
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