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Pjanic admits he doesn’t know whether he will stay at Juventus

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 10: Miralem Pjanic of Juventus takes on water during the UEFA Champions League Quarter Final first leg match between Ajax and Juventus at Johan Cruyff Arena on April 10, 2019 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)
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The Bianconeri footballer says the team has to dominate matches more, especially when playing in the European competitions.

Miralem Pjanic arrived in Turin in 2016 from Italian Lega Serie A club Roma.

Since then, he has won three Scudettos, but his position might be in danger, as he doesn’t whether he will stay at Juventus for next season.

“If it means dribbling better with the ball then yes, I can do better,” the midfielder was quoted by Football Italia.

“The team must dominate matches even more, especially in Europe. In Italy, there’s another way of playing.”

“In Europe, on the other hand, teams play attacking football. They push and don’t stop. The Champions League is a different competition,” he explained.

“Saying something against this Juventus is a lack of respect. There are many people who talk a bit too much and don’t understand much.”

He added: “Anything can happen in football. Unfortunately, we’ve exited the competition. If we’d faced the game with fewer absences and fewer injuries, things would’ve gone better.”

“We lacked that bit of luck that we needed, which is to have everyone available. It’s not an excuse, but it would’ve been easier.”

“There are many good and strong players at Juventus. I’m glad to be here, year after year I do my best and I’m growing,” he continued.

“I don’t know what’ll happen with me. You should ask the club, not me.”

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