Vucinic linked to Tottenham and Manchester United
Tuesday 30 June 2009
Mirko Vucinic's agent has revealed Premier League clubs have expressed an interest in his client but the Montenegrin forward will remain at Roma.
Vucinic has been a reported target of Manchester United and Tottenham this summer.
"There are interests, especially from Premier League clubs, but no-one has officially contacted me," said Vucinic's agent Alessandro Lucci to romanews.eu.
Vucinic was Roma's second top scorer last season behind team captain Francesco Totti with 11 goals.
The 25-year-old last month extended his contract with the Eternal City outfit until June 2013.
"Mirko is very happy to remain at Roma," said Lucci.
"He recently renewed his contract.
"He is happy, the club is satisfied and hence, there are no reasons to consider Vucinic away from Roma.
"The club has never told me anything regarding any offers, but they did tell me they want to keep all the important players and Vucinic is one of them."
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