Fiorentina are the latest club to be linked with Juventus striker and Arsenal target Mirko Vucinic, according to La Nazione. The 30-year-old looks increasingly likely to leave Turin this summer after being strongly targeted by Arsenal in January, and also coming close to a move to Inter Milan that month before a deal fell through late on. The Montenegro international has fallen behind the likes of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente in the pecking order this season, and he could attract plenty of interest this summer as he remains a highly regarded talent for his goalscoring exploits in Serie A. Fiorentina are now thought to be monitoring his situation as they ponder bringing in some new faces upfront, with German striker Mario Gomez a reported transfer target for Barcelona. Giuseppe Rossi has also had a lot of trouble with injuries in his time with La Viola, and manager Vincenzo Montella could look to Vucinic to help provide some depth to his attacking options. Vucinic has spent most of his career in Italy, also playing for Lecce and Roma before joining Juventus back in 2011.