PSG in Pjanic Pursuit


French leaders Paris Saint-Germain are expressing a noticeable desire to sign Miralem Pjanic from Juventus at the end of the current campaign.

Corriere della Sera claims PSG have already presented a lucrative offer that would double Pjanic wages and act as a huge test to Bianconeri’s resolve to hang on the influential midfielder.

The Bosnian international joined Juventus from AS Roma two years ago for a €32 million fee and Italian champions could be tempted to sell their prized asset for almost double the amount they invested.

Potential arrival of Antonio Conte or Max Allegri at the helm of the French heavyweights could be a crucial argument to persuade Pjanic himself, alongside the lucrative offer that would see him sign a five-year deal worth €8 million a season after tax.

Pjanic would be no stranger to Ligue 1 where he previously played for Olympique Lyonnais.