September 23, 2021

Barcelona hopes to complete the transfer of the midfielder on the transfer of the manager’s signal

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has signaled a move towards Barcelona midfielder Miralim Panjic, following a suggestion that the right-footed player is likely to arrive in Torino this summer.

Barcelona President John Laporta confirmed That the club wants to remove the Bosnian midfielder this summer. Pagan manager Ronald Ko is not part of Maine’s plans and the Catalan club wants the midfielder to end his wage bill.

The 31-year-old failed to impress in his first La Liga campaign from just 13 starts, but despite the impact, he has several jobs to do. Italian club Juventus, Inter Milan and AS Roma have inquired about the midfielder, while he has also shown interest in the Premier League.

Pejnik’s first choice is to return to Juventus and he has also agreed to a pay cut to join his former employers. Allegri hinted that the Serie A giants were bringing him back to their team, talking about the players who threatened to score from a distance.

“We have Cristiano [Ronaldo], Which is also good at shooting from a distance, as well [Paulo] Debala, who are close to good, “Algeri said. As Marka has quoted. “And soon the good right-footed players who can take free kicks may come.”

Pagenik enjoyed a successful spell under Allegri during his first term as manager at the club, and he wants to reunite with his former manager instead of playing a small part with the Camp Nou club. However, despite agreeing to cut the midfielder’s salary, the Italian club have to settle their own finances.

The Giants will need to offload at least one midfielder before they can take on the Peugeot, and Aaron Ramsey is placed on the cutting block. The Welsh midfielder is considered superior in terms of requirements, and the Serie A club is willing to allow him to leave for a minimal fee just to get a hefty fee for the books.

Miralium Panjak
Bosnian midfielder Miralim Pagenik arrives at Juventus’ Contenta training ground in Turin
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