Wenger is keen on bringing in Vucinic as attacking support.
Juventus striker Mirko Vucinic has emerged as a transfer target for Arsenal, but whilst the Gunners are keen on a loan deal the Italians want at a £10m permanent switch, according to the Daily Mail.
Arsene Wenger is aiming to bringing in another attacking option as the north London side look a little light up top currently.
Whilst Olivier Giroud has shown good form in front of goal this season, the backup of Nicklas Bendtner and Yaya Sanogo is considered to be inadequate for Premier League title contenders.
Whilst Wenger has stressed that Lukas Podolski can also play as a striker, there is further concern as another option was Theo Walcott – but the England international has been ruled out for six months with a cruciate ligament injury.
Therefore it’s thought that if the team are to maintain their position at the top of the table more forwards are needed and it’s understood representatives from the Emirates Stadium have flown out to Italy to begin negotiations with Juve.
Vucinic has had limited opportunities for La Bianconeri this term as Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez are the preferred partnership in attack.
The 30-year-old has started just six games in all competitions in 2013/14 and may be open to a move away to get more first team action.
Yet whilst Juve would be willing to allow the Montenegro international to depart, they want a permanent switch for a £10m fee.
Wenger will now have to decide if the Frenchman wants to risk outlaying that much money on a veteran with no experience in English football.
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