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Manchester United are keen on signing Dusan Vlahovic a year after he snubbed Arsenal for Juventus, according to reports.

The Serbian striker looks set to leave the Italian side following the news that Juventus have been handed a 15 point deduction for previous transfer dealings.

The club intend to appeal the decision, but should they fail, the two-time Champions league winners would be demoted to 10th place in Serie A – leaving them with an uphill battle to finish in the European places.

And among those in the race for the 23-year-old’s signature are Manchester United, with the club one of a number of European giants to be offered the striker, report 90min.

The player turned down a move to join Arsenal this time last year, with Sky Italy reporting that his agent was not considering moves to Arsenal or north London rivals Tottenham, instead favouring to stay in Italy.

Vlahovic in demand

The Red Devils are expected to face plenty of competition from Premier League rivals Chelsea and Arsenal – as well as Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich, all of whom have been made aware of the Serb’s availability.

Arsenal are still said to be on the lookout for a centre forward to cover for Gabriel Jesus’s injury, with Eddie Nketiah currently the only senior striker at the club.

Meanwhile, Chelsea have splashed the cash this January and are showing no signs of slowing down.

Juventus reveal asking price

According to Italian news outlet La Repubblica (as per AS), Juventus are demanding a fee of €110 million to sell Vlahovic to another club, similar to what Chelsea paid for Mykhailo Mudryk.

Speaking to GiveMeSport, journalist Dean Jones described Vlahovic as ‘unbelievable’. He has had a decent start to life at Juventus, netting 13 times in 25 league appearances. But his time at Juve has been punctuated by injury, having missed the last eight games.