The Bosnia-Herzegovina midfielder is set to join the Serie A champions from rivals Roma and will undergo a medical after arriving in Turin on Monday morning
Miralem Pjanic has arrived in Turin for a medical ahead of his proposed move from Roma to Serie A champions Juventus.
The Bosnia-Herzegovina midfielder has long been linked with a move away from the Italian capital, with Juve emerging as favourites to sign him in the last week.
Pjanic’s representative confirmed that a switch to Juve was close after the club activated his €38 million release clause, with Roma director Mauro Baldissoni then revealing the 26-year-old had handed in a transfer request.
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And Pjanic appears to be on the brink of signing for the Bianconeri, after arriving for his medical on Monday.
Pjanic scored 10 goals in Serie A last season as Roma claimed third place – and the final Champions League spot – behind Juve and Napoli.