The future of Miralem Pjanic currently seems to be in limbo. The Bosnian has made it clear he is happy at Roma, however, the famous “buyout clause” of €38 million still exists in his current contract.
Pjanic, who is enjoying his best season as a professional, has made it abundantly clear he’s willing to remain in Rome, however, it appears he would like a new contract, according to Il Corriere dello Sport.
With two more seasons left on his contract, Pjanic is trying to understand the intentions of Roma. To remain, understandably from his point of view, it’s expected that Roma are ready to hand him a financial reward. The first signs of this? Pallotta categorically ruling his transfer. In order to avoid a similar situation like Benatia, Pallotta is ready to hand Pjanic a contract renewal with higher wages (he currently earns €4 million plus bonuses per season). This could be the situation which sees the player earns and also see the buyout clause, which is in his current contract, go away and fend off interest from all of Europe.