Fiorentina's Serbian striker, Dusan Vlahovic, has scored many goals in Serie A for his club this season, but a much-discussed move to the Premier League could already be in jeopardy if the player's financial demands remain as they are.
The Fiorentina striker, who has scored 19 goals in 22 games in all competitions this season, wants a salary of ,200,000 70 a week, a figure that is relatively high in the Premier League as well. Meanwhile, Fiorentina insists that it does not intend to give up Vlahovic's card for less than XNUMX million pounds. It seems that this whole situation has severely limited the attacker's alternatives.
Manchester City has been linked many times for a possible approach of the former Partizan Belgrade striker, but the "citizens'" coach, Pep Guardiola, has rejected the words that this will happen, at least soon. He said on Thursday that, despite the attacker leaving Ferran Torres to Barcelona for the figure of 55 million pounds, the English champions will not bring a replacement for him in the January transfer window.
This potentially opens the door for City rivals in the Premier League to take Vlahovic, who has turned down a new deal with Fiorentina. Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea are all involved, but they too are reluctant to break their respective pay structures in order to gain the services of the top seven.
Juventus is also interested in the Serb, but the "Old Lady" finds it very difficult to raise the necessary amount required by Fiorentina, to reach an agreement within the January market.
The scenario with the most chances to be realized is the reduction of the financial claims of the striker, who if he does not take this step, risks remaining part of his current team.