Barcelona midfielder Miralem Pjanic said earlier in the season he didn’t want to leave
after just one season but barely featured under Ronald Koeman in the 2020-21 season
and may suffer the same fate now.
Pjanic gave an interview to Bosnian television but gave little away about his thoughts
on his future plans.
Miralem Pjanic is being linked with a move away from Camp Nou as he is reportedly
unhappy with his lack of playing time at the club.
Italian news site Calciomercato are reporting that several Serie A clubs are among
the most likely destinations for the 31-year-old Bosnian should he choose to leave
Barcelona. Napoli and Inter are both clubs to which Pjanic could plausibly make a move,
and there is work being done by intermediaries to facilitate transfers to both, but the
player’s preferred destination is Juventus, as he felt happy in Turing during his spell at
the club. Pjanic made 281 appearances in Serie A across spells with Roma and Juventus,
where he was a key player and gained the admiration of many observers.
During his four seasons with the Bianconeri, Pjanic won the Scudetto all four seasons,
and he also won the Coppa Italia twice in Turin.