While the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United have been linked with the Bosnia international, Juve appear to have the upper hand after offering a tempting bait to Roma
Juventus have emerged as the front-runner to sign Roma star Miralem Pjanic, with the Turin side ready to part with €30 million for the highly rated midfielder.
Goal understands that the Juve authorities have given the green light to the arrival of the Bosnia-Herzegovina international, whom Massimiliano Allegri sees as a key part of his plans for the coming season.
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Pjanic has been linked with top clubs across Europe, with Manchester United and Chelsea among those reportedly interested.
But a Juventus bid of more than €30m including bonuses and other payments would put them in the driving seat.
The player, meanwhile, will be offered a bumper contract worth €4.7m a season plus bonuses until 2021 to seal the deal.