Saturday March 14 2020
Juve open to Pjanic sale?

Juventus’ performance against Inter in the recent Derby d’Italia could signal the end of Miralem Pjanic’s time at the club.

Pjanic has been struggling for form in recent months, and was dropped ahead of the Derby d’Italia.

Against the Nerazzurri, Maurizio Sarri deployed Rodrigo Bentancur as a regista, in place of Pjanic, and the move worked, with Juve producing one of their best performances under Sarri.

La Gazzetta dello Sport suggest that the success against Inter could lead the club to contemplate selling Pjanic for the first time.

The Bosnian has a contract until June 2023, but it’s thought that Paris Saint-Germain could make a bid for the 30-year-old.

The Bianconeri could in turn use the money gathered from the sale of Pjanic to finance moves for Man Utd's Paul Pogba and Brescia's Sandro Tonali, claims La Gazzetta.

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