Dušan Vlahović’s future seems to be away from Fiorentina after Rocco Commisso confirmed the striker has decided against signing a new contract.
Since the Serie A side chairman’s admission on Tuesday, Manchester City have been named as a main contender from England.
On October 6th, Calciomercato stated the Citizens and Atlético Madrid are ‘in pole’, while Juventus maintain an interest in the 21-year-old.
Florence based newspaper La Nazione has a report on the Serbia international, stating the Turin club and Pep Guardiola’s side are ‘on the horizon’ for the goalscoring frontman.
A transfer can be concluded in the winter market since Fiorentina are ready to sell the player if the ‘right proposal arrives in January’.
If City, Juve or any other club interested in Vlahović tables an offer of around €75m, the Italian side are ready to negotiate his sale.
Faced with the possibility of losing their star, Fiorentina have already identified Torino’s Andrea Belotti and [Serie B side] Pisa’s Lorenzo Lucca as two candidates to replace the Serbian.
The Premier League winners can be provided with a fresh opportunity to sign a new striker in January, after failing to bring in a new No.9 in the summer.