Miralem Pjanic insists Roma haven’t lost hope of catching Juventus. “Nothing is finished yet.”
The Bosnian midfielder starts today’s early kick-off at Sassuolo and hope to take advantage if Juventus slip up against Napoli tonight.
“This evening the two teams around us go head-to-head, but all that counts is to win,” Pjanic told Roma Channel.
“Then we’ll see what happens, but it will be a tough race right to the bitter end. We want to finish this season off well.
“Are we still looking in front of us? Certainly, nothing is finished yet. If Juve get a negative result, then we’re watching.
“We are doing well, but we also know that it won’t be easy for us today, as Sassuolo are at the Last Chance Saloon. We must stay concentrated.”
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