Manchester United target Miralem Pjanic says that he will wait until after the World Cup before deciding his future at Roma.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina midfielder has been on the Red Devils’ radar for some time, and is expected to leave the Stadio Olimpico this summer after a period of uncertainty.
David Moyes is known to be in the market for a creative passer, and although Toni Kroos is seen as the top target, Pjanic is thought to be a top-level alternative.
As well as United, the likes of PSG and Monaco are also eyeing the skilful 24-year-old, which could spark a bidding war when the transfer window opens.
However the player himself says that he is willing to keep suitors waiting until after the World Cup:
“I’m used to these rumours but at Roma I am fine,” he is quoted by talkSPORT.
“I still have a year of the contract and I do not know what will happen. There will come a time to think about the contract and transfers but it will be after the World Cup.”
Pjanic is set to represent his nation in Brazil this summer, and could further increase his value and interest in his signature if he lives up to his potential on the biggest stage.
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