Juventus looking for the formula to re-sign Pjanic from Barcelona

The Italian club are keen to take the Bosnian midfielder back on a two year loan

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Barcelona are trying to pick the speed up on Operation Exit. The club want to resolve several cases this week and they could be close to finding a new home for Miralem Pjanic.

The Bosnian midfielder is doing his part to return to Juventus, accepting a salary reduction so that he can go on loan for one season with the option for another year. Juve have asked for time to move on Aaron Ramsey, with talks ongoing with Wolves and Tottenham. Ramsey would be allowed to leave for cheap -- if not on a free transfer -- to make room on the wage bill for Pjanic to be reunited with coach Massimiliano Allegri.

Pjanic has already uploaded a message on social media asking for calm. He's waiting for things to fall in to place to go back to Juve, which was always his first option. His agents also heard from Roma and Inter Milan. 

Barça have told Pjanic he's not in their plans this coming season and he's happy to leave in the right conditions. He was always a player with a lot of interest, from Italy and the Premier League. 

Pjanic has not played as much as he would have hoped at Barca under Ronald Koeman. He never won his place in the team and almost disappeared completely in the final third of the campaign. 

Barça will not make any money on his move, but will make an important saving on their wage bill. 




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