Roma playmaker Miralem Pjanic has insisted that he is happy at his club, but has refused to rule out a move in the future, saying- ‘Anything can happen.’
The Bosnia and Herzegovina international was seen in action against Manchester City earlier today, where he scored a screamer from all of 30-yards, but the 25-year-old has spoken on speculation linking him with a move to Liverpool FC and Atletico Madrid, with Paris Saint Germain also said to be interested.
Anything can happen, ita s never simple for a player – Pjanic on rumors of an exit
a When youa re a footballer you never know where youa ll play next season.
a Anything can happen, ita s never simple for a player, but I try to live calmly and not listen to rumours that the journalists talk about.
a I look only to the pitch, to my work, and then what happens, happens.
a Ia m happy though, the club is always working to do better and improve. I repeat a Ia m happy where I am and Ia m focused on becoming one of the best in the world.
a Ia ve spoken to Dzeko about Roma and he likes the club. Wea ll see what happens in the next few days, hea s certainly a great player and could offer us a lot.
a This year wea ll try to win the Scudetto, the team is strongly motivated. When you play with certain players everything becomes a lot easier.a
Where next for Pjanic?
Pjanic has been linked with a move away from the Serie A, with a a 45 price-tag having been slapped at him by the Giallorossi. English giants, Liverpool FC see the 25-year-old as an ideal long-term replacement for departed club legend Steven Gerrard, and considering that the Anfield club are brimming with cash having sold, English winger Raheem Sterling to Manchester City in a A?49 million transfer, the club have the resources to pull this one through.
However, with no champions league football under their belt, it would be hard for the Merseyside club to convince the player to leave the exciting prospect of playing in the Champions League with other suitors including Atletico Madrid and PSG, or with his current club, AS Roma, who had finished second in the league, behind Juventus.
Manchester United, nonetheless showcased the pull of money, having signed winger, Angel Di Maria for a British record fee last term, and thus a transfer to Liverpool FC cannot be ruled out. The Anfield club have signed some impressive names this season, however, they are still short in the middle of the park, with no established player to support captain Jordon Henderson, and thus a move for play-maker Pjanic makes sense. The 25-year-old has all the qualities needed to succeed at Anfield, and should be a worthy addition to any team he heads to.