Miralem saw a move to Barcelona confirmed in June. With Juventus prepared to move him out, an agreement was reached that has seen Brazil international Arthur head in the opposite direction.
Pjanic wants to win a lot of titles with Barcelona
Miralem Pjanic is setting his sights on “many titles” at Barcelona, with the former Juventus midfielder living a dream now that a move to Camp Nou has been concluded. Miralem saw a move to Barcelona confirmed in June. With Juventus prepared to move him out, an agreement was reached that has seen Brazil international Arthur head in the opposite direction. It is believed that everyone benefited from this trade, and Pjanic is happy to be in his new environment. The Bosnian enjoyed considerable success during his time in Italy, helping Juventus secure four Serie A trophies, but is embracing the opportunity to get out-of-sorts Barça back on track – with a bout of coronavirus overcame since contacting with the LaLiga giants.
The Bosnian hopes that fans can soon be in the stadium to play in front of them
Pjanic, who has sailed under the radar at Camp Nou amid all the uncertainty surrounding the future of Lionel Messi and the arrival of Ronald Koeman as the club’s new boss, told Barça TV station: “It’s a wonderful day for me. I really can’t wait to see my teammates and to start this new season. I hope that in the coming years, we will have a lot of success and win a lot of titles.” I’m proud to join this club, it is a dream, and I hope that fans can soon be in the stadium to perform in front of them at the Camp Nou. The essential thing is that we are starting to win a lot of trophies for our supporters. I’ve enjoyed watching this squad playing over the last years. It was incredible to see how the Blaugrana played.”
“I’m in love with Barca football. I really can’t wait to be on the pitch and play with all these great players. Miralem, who also represented Lyon and Roma at his career to date, will hit the ground running for Barça. They have a couple of friendly games to host, starting with a home date against Gimnastic on Saturday before opening their 2020-21 LaLiga campaign against Villarreal on 27 September.