Roma are preparing a contract extension for Mirko Vucinic as they aim to secure the forward's future to the club.
The hitman has been linked with several clubs by the Italian media, however, the Giallorossi are moving swiftly in an attempt to fend off interest and keep their man happy. The Rome-based club will be busy renewing deals this season, and they will be starting with Vucinic.
Il Corriere Dello Sport claims directors at Trigoria have opened the contract cabinet to pull out the striker's file and add some beneficial touches to it. The report suggests Roma are ready to offer their man a two-year extension on top of his current deal, which expires in 2011. In addition, Vucinic will see his salary rise too.
Whispers suggest the hitman is earning around €1 million per season, however, that will be pushed up to €2.5m.The striker will have more special bonuses added based on success, goals and trophies.
Roma are also working on Alberto Aquilani and Juan's renewals according to the latest voices coming from the Eternal City.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com