Miralem Pjanic failed to win at FC Barcelona. He could fly to London or return to Juventus this summer.
According to information from the Spanish media Sport, the Barcelona midfielder would like to return to Juventus and thus join Massimiliano Allegri. In the midst of the crisis, FC Barcelona would not be opposed to the sale of the one who has only played 19 La Liga games this season and rarely as a holder. To find the Bianconeri, the Bosnian passed through AS Roma and OL, will have to make a substantial financial concession. In addition, the Old Lady would be up for negotiating a two-year loan and not a buyout.
A default club for Pjanic?
Barça, which seeks to free up the payroll, is active for the sale of Miralem Pjanic. If Juventus in Turin remains the will of the Bosnian, no agreement has been found between the two parties. The Catalan club had already surveyed big European teams before the transfer window to get rid of the former Lyon, including Inter and AC Milan, but also PSG and Chelsea. Now, it is another cador who seems to have taken the lead to secure the services of the mid-31-year-old before the end of the transfer window. Tottenham are said to be interested in Miralem Pjanic and bustle about launching an offensive.
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