Disappointing. There is no other adjective to describe the first part of the season with Fiorentina by Marko Pjaca. The Croatian attacker has the talent to sell, but after the knee problems that have influenced his first year at Juventus but even in Florence they have lost faith in the player after having focused on him at the beginning of the season.
The arrival of Luis Muriel is a clear signal, as there are now many players in the attack and Pjaca is the number one candidate to leave the club. Fiorentina is even thinking of immediately terminating the loan (the redemption is not even taken into consideration) and send the player back to Turin. Juventus is ready to accept Fiorentina's conditions but does not want to keep the player at the club. Many have already informed the Italian champions about the possibility of obtaining Pjaca on loan for the next 6 months.
Cagliari was the first club to move, Fulham of Claudio Ranieri presented a request to the Bianconeri and finally, in the background, there is also Milan that took an interest in this possibility even if it is not Leonardo's priority today. Many still believe in his talent, now it is up to Pjaca to prove to Juventus and Fiorentina, that they were wrong.
Emanuele Tramacere. Translated by Nikita Fesyukov
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