September 20, 2021

Barcelona’s chances of completing the midfielder’s contract have increased, the manager contacted.

The prospect of offloading Barcelona’s Miralim Pejnik got a big boost this summer when Napoli entered the midfielder’s race. The Catalan club is anxious to keep Bosnians away from their books because they want to control their extra pay bill.

Reported by Pjanic Manager Ronald Koeman And Barcelona’s director of football, Matthew Almani, said it was too much. He has not been part of the first-team squad for any of Barcelona’s first two games of the season.

The 31-year-old has shown interest in clubs in Italy and England, with Juventus leading the race for his signature. Pejnik’s agents have held talks with the Serie A giants, but an agreement is yet to be reached on a move this summer.

Massimiliano Allegri wants to sign Pjanic, while the midfielder also wants to reunite with his former manager. However, despite the interest of both sides, the two clubs have failed to reach an agreement, and at least one midfielder must be offloaded to make room for Bosnia with Juventus.

Potential obstacles to the deal have seen Napoli enter the race to sign Pagan. According to Mundo Deportivo., Club manager Luciano Spalti has spoken to the Barcelona midfielder about his project to lure him into the Juventus squad this summer.

Pejnik is anxious for the engineer to move away from Camp Nine. This is the only way he can guarantee regular play time this season. In addition, Barcelona is ready to allow the former AS Roma midfielder to go on a free transfer as long as the interested clubs are willing to pay the player’s wages.

Juventus have signed Italian midfielder Manuel Lucatelli from Sassuolo, but they are also ready to sign Paganic. However, tFirst of all, Aaron Ramsey will need to find a new home., Which has been made available for transfer. The Welshman is one of the highest earners in the Serie A club, but has so far failed to generate any interest.

Miralium Pejnik.
Bosnian midfielder Merlim Pjینکnik arrives at Juventus’ Cantinasa training ground in Turin
Marco Bertorillo / AFP

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