Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic is closing in on a move to Serie A rivals Juventus.
As reported by Sky Sport, a deal to send the Bosnian to the Turin is at the final details. Juve are ready to pay the €38 million release clause of Pjanic, with €7.6 million of the money going to the player, which will be included in his new contract with Juve, and €30.4 million going to Roma. Reportedly, Juve have already reached an agreement with Pjanic’s entourage as now the two clubs must finalize the last details.
With constraints due to FFP, Roma have been forced their hand as Miralem Pjanic is closing in on a move away.