The 26-year-old is set to ditch Roma for the Serie A champions and Vucinic, who made a similar move five years ago, is confident he will make the Bianconeri even stronger
Miralem Pjanic will see a different mentality in the Juventus dressing room when he joins from Roma, but will make them a better team, according to Mirko Vucinic.
Pjanic arrived in Turin for his medical on Monday ahead of a proposed move to the Serie A champions.
Vucinic swapped Roma for Juve in 2011 and stayed for three years, and he expects the Bosnia-Herzegovina midfielder to thrive.
“Nothing can surprise me anymore about what happens in the world of football,” Vucinic told Tuttosport. “Juventus are strengthening themselves even more.
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“Pjanic is an important player. We’re talking about a champion, the type that is decisive, and he proved that with Roma.
“For me it was not easy to leave the Giallorossi, I thought about it for a long time. In Rome I enjoyed some great moments, but I have no regrets. I was very happy at Juventus and I won a lot.
“In Rome there is more pressure. But in the Juventus dressing room you can immediately feel a unique winning mentality.
“Even if you snatch a draw at the 90th minute coming from behind, you won’t see anyone cheerful or smiling. Instead, everyone is angry, because the only thing that matters is winning.”