Rumors emerged last month that Juventus are interested in a swap deal involving Pjanic and Arthur, but the Italian Champions have now gone ahead to offer the Barcelona Midfielder a 5years contract worth €5.2m a year.
Barcelona are in some kind of financial crisis and the club is also looking to freshen up their squad with some young players. Barcelona fielded of their oldest squad in recent years in their draw against Sevilla some days ago, the Catalans are now hoping to freshen up the squad also this year. The Barcelona plan is not being helped by Juventus who are looking for the quickest way to snatch up Barcelona’s Young Midfielder Arthur Melo.
Arthur completed his move to Barcelona on the 9th of July 2018 and ever since then, he has been a key part of the Barcelona setup.
Maurizio Sarri was hoping that Miralem Pjanic Willingness to move to Barcelona will help the deal, but Barcelona have not agreed anything with the Bosnian Midfielder.
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