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Miralem Pjanic
Central Midfielder
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Miralem Pjanic was born on 2nd April 1990 and is a Bosnian midfielder who plays for Juventus. Pjanic started his career in France, where he graduated from the Metz academy before spending a season playing in the first team. After that campaign, Pjanic moved to Lyon for a fee of around £7 million and made his name at the club from his arrival in 2008 until 2011. The Bosnian showed his quality in the Champions League for Lyon, too, resulting in a move to AS Roma in August 2011. Continuing to star in a strong Roma side, Pjanic attracted interest from Europe’s biggest clubs and eventually moved to Juventus in June 2016.

  • 2008: Metz to Lyon for £6.75 million
  • 2011 Lyon to Roma for £9.9 million
  • 2016: Roma to Juventus for £28.8 million
  • 2020: Juventus to Barcelona for £54 million

Miralem Pjanic is a Bosnian footballer who plays in the midfielder position, and he also plays for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team since he started his senior career. He was ranked in “The 100 best footballers in the world” list twice, the first time in 55th place and the second time in 50th place (2019). Pjanic won the Player Career Award during the Global Soccer Awards in 2019. He has a bright future ahead of him, and we will review all the football whispers and rumours regarding Pjanic’s transfer odds.

Latest Gossip and Transfer Rumours Regarding Miralem Pjanic

Miralem Pjanic’s first professional contract was with his last youth team, the French club Metz in 2007. He signed for three years and even became one of the youngest footballers to score a goal in Ligue 1. He appeared in thirty-four matches and scored four goals. One year later, many bids were placed on Pjanic, and he signed with the French club Olympique Lyonnais (Lyon) for £6.75 million. He stayed with Lyon for three years and made ninety appearances, scoring ten goals. There were football whispers that Chelsea was interested in Pjanic while he played for Lyon.

The next transfer in Miralem's career was in 2011 when he signed with Roma for four years. The transfer fee was £9.9 million, and Pjanic had such a great run that in 2014 he decided to sign another contract with Roma, which was set to expire in 2018. The first few years, he sparked a few clubs' interests, like Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City, Zenit St. Petersburg, and the Spurs. In 2016, after a great season and being named one of the best free-kick takers in the world, teams like Juventus, Barcelona, and Manchester United were interested in signing him.

In 2016, Miralem signed a five-year contract with Italian club Juventus for £28.8 million. He made one hundred and twenty-two appearances for the Zebras and scored fifteen goals. Along with them, he won four consecutive Serie A titles, two successive Coppa Italia titles, and one Supercoppa Italiana title in 2018. After three years, he signed another five-year contract with the team but left them in 2020. There were rumours that Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain wanted him in 2018, among other transfer targets, and even Chelsea had a chance to sign him in exchange for midfielder Jorginho.

During the 2020 summer transfer window, Barcelona finally signed Miralem Pjanic for a fee of £54 million and another five million in bonuses after the end of the 2019/2020 season. The contract will end during the 2023/2024 campaign, and his buyout clause is €400 million. He is just starting, and we expect him to have a bright future in La Liga. There isn't any new transfer news regarding Miralem Pjanic, but we will keep you updated if we hear any substantial rumours.