Miralem Pjanic pours cold water over transfer rumors

Bosnia international Miralem Pjanic has said that he is enjoying his time at Juventus and does not wish to leave Turin amidst interest from Europe’s elite.

Following Bosnia’s 2-1 defeat at the hands of Italy, Miralem Pjanic claimed that he is not going to leave Juventus for any other club in the summer. The creative player has been linked with the likes of Real Madrid, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.

However, the former Roma man says that he has never once thought about leaving Juventus. Pjanic says that he wants to achieve a lot more with the Old Lady and professed his love for the club.

As reported by Daily Mail, via Tuttomercato, Pjanic said that he is very calm about his future.

“I’m very calm. I still have four years left on my contract, I love Juventus and they love me.

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“I’m happy at this club, they’re a serious club and I can still give them a lot. I’m under contract and loved here. I’m very happy with the fans and the club, who are great.”

Since joining Juventus from Roma back in 2016, Pjanic has win three Serie A titles. He was also named in the Serie A Team of the Year twice during this time. Indeed, Pjanic has a lot of faith in the project and feels that this is the right place for him to be at.

With Cristiano Ronaldo already at the club and more players coming, Juventus are heading in the right direction. The Italian champions are focused on lifting the Champions League and Pjanic is keen on being there when it happens.

One player who could end up leaving is Paulo Dybala. The Argentine has struggled since the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo. A move away from Turin would be of great benefit to him. Manchester United have been linked with a move but nothing has been finalized so far.

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