Barcelona World class Midfielder Miralex Pjanic is surprised at his lack of game time at barca, despite working hard in training.
The Bosnian international joined barca from juventus last Summer in a swap deal that saw Arthur went the other way. Since his arrival, pjanic has found game time very hard to come by, even in cup games, the former Juve midfielder was always over looked by the manager.
🎙 [Telefoot] | Pjanic: "I don't know the reasons why I don't play anymore. I continue working and we must respect the decisions that are taken, even if I don't agree. I want to make my mark in this club."
Miralex has made a total of just 15 appearances(529 minutes) in the league. An average of only 35 minutes per game.
The former As Roma star man is a world class midfielder and was always the heart of the Juventus midfield in his in turin. Under Ronald koeman, reverse is the opposite.
🎙 | Pjanic's interview with @telefoot_TF1
🗣 "Being a footballer means accepting new challenges. I'm ambitious, I've always dreamed of playing for Barcelona, and I'm glad I'm here." #FCB 🇧🇦👏
We sure hope his game time improves as the season progress.
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