Transfer market Inter, Pjanic followed by Marotta? From Spain …

According to the “Mundo Deportivo”, the Blaugrana would like to say goodbye to the Bosnian outright and Marotta has already asked for information

Miralem Pjanic and Giuseppe Marotta know each other well. The Bosnian played for 178 official matches at Juventus and it was the current CEO of Inter who snatched him from Rome in 2016. Now the midfielder is 32 years old and is not performing as everyone used to in Turin, with the adventure at Barcelona finished prematurely and the loan to Besiktas in the home straight. Thus in Spain the Sports world claims that Inter have taken an interest in the player for next season.

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Already last year the Blaugrana had included Pjanic in the list of redundancies with the need to cut the amount of wages. After being very close to Juventus, however, the Bosnian ended up in Turkey in search of redemption. So far his tally in the new Juventus is only 4 assists, a pittance compared to what he showed in Italy. Miralem hasn’t scored since October 2019 with the Juventus shirt and his impression is that he is experiencing a decidedly waning phase of his career. However, the qualities in an absolute sense are not discussed: direction and set pieces are his kingdom, in addition to the experience that can always come in handy.

The Spanish newspaper claims that Inter have asked Barcelona for information and Pjanic could therefore ideally take the place of Arturo Vidal as a graft of experience from the bench: the Catalans intend to get rid of the Bosnian’s contract so as not to find themselves again in the future in the future. looking for interested clubs and the Marotta-Pjanic couple could find themselves in Milan. A scenario that is not impossible given the contract that binds him to the blaugrana until 2024, but the impression is that the midfielder is a different profile than those followed so far by Inter for that position. In the event that Pjanic returns to his levels upon returning to Italy, however, a similar operation would certainly be a bargain.

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