Emirates Stadium side look to add strength in depth this month.
Arsenal are reportedly in talks with two Serie A based striking talents according to the Daily Mirror.
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Arsene Wenger is keen to strengthen his attack with both Theo Walcott and Nicklas Bendtner out injured and the Gunners boss will look to bring in experienced Juventus forward Mirko Vucinic to help beef up his striking options.
The Montenegro international has seen his first team chances at Juventus greatly limited by the summer arrivals of both Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez. The 30 year old former AS Roma man is a hugely experienced campaigner who has the physical presence to make an impact in the English top tier.
Wenger is also keen on Fiorentina winger Juan Guillermo Cuadrado, who is perhaps a more straightforward replacement for Walcott, who is out for up to six months, and the Colombian 25 year old would certainly prove a very worthy addition to the Arsenal squad.
The talented wide-man enjoyed a successful loan spell at Fiorentina last term and moved to the Stadio Artemio Franchi on a permanent basis last summer and is a player Arsenal have apparently already started negotiations with.
With Arsenal sitting top of the Premier League one can see why Wenger would be keen to add more strength in depth to his squad as the North London side look to end a lengthy silverware drought.
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