The Montenegro international forward will train away from the first team for the rest of the transfer window and is increasingly likely to leave the club, his agent revealsMirko Vucinic will train away from the Juventus squad for the remainder of January ahead of an anticipated exit from the club, according to his agent.
The Montenegro international has made only six starts for the Italian champions this season, with the likes of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente preferred as attacking options by coach Antonio Conte.
Former Roma striker Vucinic has been the subject of talks with Arsenal, rejected a move to Zenit St Petersburg, while a swap deal between Juve and Inter involving Fredy Guarin collapsed and his representative, Alessandro Lucci, says that discussions regarding an exit are still ongoing.
"Vucinic spoke with Conte and they have agreed he will train apart in these last days of the transfer market because he is involved in some possible negotiations," Lucci told Sky Sport Italia.
"But I want to say that Mirko has never asked to be sold."
Vucinic moved to Juventus Stadium in 2011 and scored 10 goals in all competitions during his first season with the club.
His tally in the last campaign came to 14 as he helped Juve to win back-to-back titles.