Miralem Pjanic says his objective for the future is simple: “My goal for the next few years is to win the Champions League.”
The Bianconeri midfielder spoke with French channel Canal+ and was asked about his future as well as interest from Ligue 1 champions, Paris Saint-Germain.
“PSG are among the eight best European clubs. They want to achieve this milestone of winning the Champions League and a club like that is attractive to any player.
“They have a project, great players and the ambition to win the Champions League, so I think they have a realistic chance of achieving that. This is a side respected by everyone. If they call, you do listen.
“Leaving Juve? Everything is possible in football. I’ve been in Italy for eight years and I am at a very big club in Juventus. If everybody is in agreement, then we can discuss a departure, but I am not thinking about that.
“I just want to finish the season and go on vacation. I can say my goal for the next few years is to win the Champions League.”
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