Tuesday, 2nd August, 2011

Juventus have moved to address their goalscoring concerns by signing Mirko Vucinic from Roma for a total of €15M.

The Montnegro international was keen to leave the Stadio Olimpico and found Juventus’ offer too good to turn down.

Vucinic, who scored ten goals in last season’s Serie A, had also been linked with English Premier League giants Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur earlier this summer.

Juventus have tied the forward to a four-year contract in Turin and will hope Vucinic can solve their lack of cutting edge.

This was all too evident on Juventus’ recent pre-season friendlies in North America and Vucinic will be tasked with remedying it.

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