Transfer: Juventus reject Real Madrid’s offer for Pjanic


Juventus have reportedly rejected a €60million offer from Real Madrid for midfielder, Miralem Pjanic.

Pjanic has been heavily linked with a summer move away from the San Siro.

The Bosnian international has drawn interest

from Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester City in recent weeks.

However, Tuttosport is reporting that Real Madrid made a draft offer to Juve for the 28-year-old through intermediaries of €60million to try and test the Bianconeri’s resolve.

The report claimed that the Serie A champions analysed the offer before rejecting it, making it clear that Pjanic cannot leave Turin for less than €100million.

The report also claimed that the Old Lady plan to offer the midfielder a renewal, extending his contract by two years to 2023 and increasing his salary from €4.5million to €6.5million annually.


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