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Real Madrid vs. Man City for Pjanic? Juve set minimum price-tag
19/05/2019, 18:50
Real Madrid and Manchester City are interested in signing Juventus star Miralem Pjanic, Tuttosport reports. The Bosnia International was wanted by Chelsea one year ago but the Blues' transfer ban will prevent them from even trying to sign the Juve star in the summer.

Real Madrid and City are looking for a new play-maker and the name of the Juve star is in both club's agenda. Psg are also monitoring the Juve ace who has a price-tag in the region of € 80 million. Juve are not open to selling but they could listen to offers if a club approach them with this amoung of cash.
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