Man United target Miralem Pjanic has left the door open to leave current club Roma, reports Manchester
The Bosnian international has attracted interest from Old Trafford as well as French giants PSG, and has admitted that he is flattered by stories linking him with a move – but says that his future remains in Roma’s hands at the moment.
Roma have already seen Pjanic’s fellow midfielder Michael Bradley depart for Toronto, in his native US earlier this month – and so a move during the current window appears unlikely.
The 23-year-old has started all but two of Roma’s 20 league games this season, and his regular presence likely represents a dependence from the Italian outfit on Pjanic, and so a move in the summer would appear slightly more likely if a suitable offer were to be made.
The former Lyon midfielder said that despite being flattered, he remains committed to Roma and should any acceptable deals be offered then it would have to be a move where all interested parties agreed.
Pjanic said: “It’s flattering and I am sure glad to hear that. I have become a supporter of Roma and should there be a transfer it will require that the three parties agree.”
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