Having a rather mix season, Miralem Pjanic is not lacking any interest from top clubs. The Juventus’ midfielder reportedly is attracting several teams, including France’s giant, Paris Saint-Germain.
Reports are claiming that PSG consider Pjanic is a suitable target to bolster their midfield for next season. Thomas Tuchel’s side have struggle in that department, especially in the second half of this season.
Their decision to loan out Giovani Lo Celso and not playing Adrien Rabiot eventually cost them dearly. The France capital club were playing with makeshift midfield lineup in their Champions League ties against Manchester United.
Moreover, PSG also found themselves losing out the French Cup final against their rival Rennes via penalty shoot out. Their lack of midfield selection often force Tuchel to be creative with his line up setup.
Pjanic himself has been an important player for Juventus in recent years, but he is not irreplaceable for them. The Turin giant are looking to get other names in the midfield and are willing to sell the Bosnian.
Further reports also stating that PSG are set to make an offer just over 70 million Euro for the 29-year-old. That’s definitely a pretty big offer for a player already nearing the 30-year-old mark.
The French champion are not alone though as Real Madrid reportedly also keen on taking Pjanic, though he might not be the Spanish side’s main option.