Tottenham Hotspur are set to move for AS Roma striker Mirko Vucinic, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Montenegrin striker has fallen down the pecking order at Stadio Olimpico, as new coach Luis Enrique recently signed former Barcelona youngster Bojan.
Bojan is expected to play in the wide forward role that Vucinic was used to, and the 27 year-old is now seeking pastures new.
Vucinic’s agent claimed he was linked with Manchester United, but that seems highly unlikely as Sir Alex Ferguson has plenty of forwards to choose from.
Harry Redknapp’s team is a more logical choice.
At Spurs he would likely play more centrally up front – either as a lone striker or a support forward behind one of Roman Pavlyuchenko, Peter Crouch and Jermain Defoe.
Or Emmanuel Adebayor, should he complete a shock switch from Manchester City, but that seems less likely by the day.
Could Vucinic help Tottenham reach the hallowed UEFA Champions League again?