Miralem Pjanic is set to discuss his future with Roma, with a trio of Premier League clubs reportedly interested in securing his services, according to talkSPORT.

Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham have all been heavily linked with the talented midfielder, while Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris St Germain have registered an interest after a series of impressive performances in Serie A.

Roma currently occupy second place in the Serie A table, four points clear of third-placed Napoli with a game in hand.

While the title seems out of reach, the club has its sights firmly set on Champions League qualification, which would leave them in a strong bargaining position in the summer.

Pjanic has scored four goals in 23 league appearances this season, and has been one of the Italian league’s most consistent performers.

With a host of clubs set to compete for his signature at the end of the season, Pjanic has admitted showdown talks with Roma are close.

“We’ll see,” Pjanic told Sky Sport Italia. “I have always said I’m happy here, but now I have to focus on seeing out the season.

“When the time is right I’ll talk to the club and we will find the right solution.”

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