A number of reports in the Italian press suggest Miralem Pjanic is wanted by as many as four different clubs this summer, however Juventus are reluctant to sell him.

Having completed the bulk of their spending this summer, The Bianconeri are now reportedly in the selling phase of their transfer operations with a number of players linked with a move away from Turin this summer.

Gonzalo Higuain is reportedly wanted by both AC Milan and Chelsea, Stefano Sturaro could move to either West Ham or Leicester City while Daniele Rugani is supposedly on the verge of completing a move to Chelsea.

Among the list of possible departures, a surprising candidate – Tuttosport and Premium Sport report that Miralem Pjanic is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, Barcelona and Manchester City and the Bosnian midfielder may be on the move.

A number of less than reliable sources have mentioned Pjanic’s reluctance to answer a question on his future as a possible hint to him wanting to leave Turin this summer.

Premium Sport go one step further, reporting that Juventus would entertain offers for Pjanic, but only if the bid was around the €100m mark and that any money generated would be immediatelt reinvested in Lazio midfielder, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.

For now, it reeks of posturing for a new deal, especially as the more reliable Italian news sources had suggested that Pjanic wanted a new deal with Juve, having recently taken on a new agent.

Mire is on the place to the US and will be featuring in the clubs pre-season tour, so the most likely outcome is an improved contract with the Bianconeri, announcement expected soon after the season starts.