Pjanic’s move to Juventus depends on Ramsey’s leave

Mon 26 July 2021 | 22:19

According to Sport, the Blaugrana may send Miralem Pjanic on a two-year loan move, with the Bosnia and Herzegovina international even accepting a wage cut, but only should Aaron Ramsey be cashed in on or sent on a loan deal.

Miralem Pjanic



last summer in a swap deal that involved Arthur Melo; however, after Ronald Koeman took charge, he climbed down the pecking order.

The 31-year-old is now keen on going back to Turin and he even accepted a wage cut.

As per reports from Spanish newspaper


, Barcelona may be willing to send him on a two-year loan spell that includes an option to buy should Juve cover his salary during that time.

However, the Bianconeri should sell

Aaron Ramsey

first, who joined the club from Arsenal on a free transfer.

The Welshman is likely to go back to the Premier League, with


and Wolverhampton Wanderers eager to make offers.

Juventus were also speculated to be considering selling Adrien Rabiot, but Max Allegri’s return has made a difference and the Frenchman will now remain put in Turin.

source: SportMob