Juventus have reportedly rejected 4 offers for Pjanic
- Juventus have refused to sell the playmaker despite Barcelona, Man City & Chelsea bids
- The Old Lady are ready to reward the midfielder with a new 5-year deal worth 6.5m + bonuses per year
According to Rai Sport, the Bianconeri have rejected FOUR offers for Miralem Pjanic this summer, including huge bids from Barcelona, Man City and Chelsea. As per the source, the Old Lady now consider the Bosnian unsellable and untouchable and want to renew his contract. Juventus have allegedly offered the 28-year-old a new 5-year deal worth 6.5m + bonuses per year.
Meanwhile, according to multiple reports in the Italian media, Juventus are reportedly set indeed to hand a new contract to Chelsea and Manchester City target Miralem Pjanic. Chelsea recently made an offer for him, with Manchester City, set to do the same soon. It's been believed that Pjanic is set to extend his stay at Juventus this summer and the club are now set to offer a new deal in the coming few days.
Pjanic's new deal is, in fact, expected, to keep him at the club till the summer of 2023 and he will receive a wage increase and will earn about 7 million euros a season too. The player's current deal expires in the summer of 2021.
The midfielder himself commented on the interest in him last month via ESPN: "I listen to a lot of things that are not true. I’m cool. I’m preparing for my new season. That’s what’s the most important. What I did the last two seasons for Juventus was really great, and I am happy what I’m doing here. I am cool ... and I don’t care about what they are writing because I listen and I read a lot of things, and a lot of things are not true."
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