Barcelona is disappointed. To kick Meryl Streep out of the club this summer. But there are three obstacles to dealing with the Juventus, who are keen to sign the midfielder. The Catalan club has made several first-team stars available for transfer, but due to the financial struggles of clubs across Europe, bidders have yet to be found.
The Bosnian midfielder arrived at Camp Nou last summer but failed to make an impact in his first La Liga campaign. He was not trusted by manager Ronald Koeman last season and has been told. He is not part of the manager’s plans for the 2021-22 season.
Pejnik was left out of the opening game of Barcelona’s La Liga season against Real Sociedad, which they won 4-2. Calcio Mercato, according to Italian media.The Catalan organization is ready to force his transfer and set him free despite spending 60 60 million (.950.9 million) to sign him last summer.
Barcelona are hoping that if the player agrees to the move, he will save three years’ wages, which could be around € 30 million. However, the player does not want to leave such a large amount of money on the table and move on to a free transfer.
At the moment, the only positive thing is that Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri is keen to sign Paganic and the player is ready to join The Old Lady. Barcelona and Serie A giants have three hurdles they need to overcome if they want to complete the deal before the August 31 deadline.
The first is Juventus’ pursuit of Sassuolo and Italy’s Euro 2020 star Manuel Lucatelli. The Serie A club are keen to finalize a deal for the young midfield sensation and will not make any further additions to the midfield until he arrives. The two clubs have not yet agreed on a fee, but the player has a full contract.
Second, the Juventus need to make room for the possible arrival of Pejnik. Despite Allegri’s recent praise, the club are ready to sell Aaron Ramsey, but the midfielder has not received much interest from Premier League clubs either.
The last hurdle facing Juventus and Barcelona is the potential wages of Pjanic. Although Bosnia International is willing to cut the minimum wage, its current salary is beyond the reach of Juventus and the Italian club wants Barcelona to contribute at least 20 per cent to the player’s wages, especially if the deal is a purchase option. With debt Next season.