A Spanish newspaper revealed that Barcelona reached an agreement with the Italian Juventus star, to include it during the summer transfer market.
The Spanish newspaper “Sport” quoted Italian sources as saying that Barcelona reached an agreement with Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic to sign a 4-year contract.
“It remains to complete the deal, Barcelona and Juventus agree to integrate other players in the deal, and Pjanic himself has assured Barca officials of his desire to join the Catalan team,” she added.
The newspaper pointed out that “Juventus asked some players from Barcelona to complete the deal,” noting that “the possibility of the Croatian Ivan Rakitic is within the deal.”
Pjanic tried to leave Juventus last summer, but the club management refused and stuck to his continuation, and currently he does not mind his departure from the team, in light of the great interest in him from Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United.
It is noteworthy that the Spanish league has been suspended since last March, when Barcelona was square on the lead when the tournament was suspended, two points ahead of Real Madrid’s closest followers.
As for Juventus, they lead the Italian league, one point behind Lazio, before the league stopped last March due to the Corona epidemic.