Barcelona went through the 2020-2021 season with ups and downs in performance under Ronald Koeman’s debut season as a coach. Despite failing to win La Liga and aground in the Champions League knockout stages, Barca ended the season with the Copa del Rey title.
The season was also passed with the drama of the transfer issue of Lionel Messi. Ahead of this summer’s transfer window, not only Messi is the topic, but also the news of Miralem Pjanic’s unhappiness at Barcelona.
Pjanic (31 years) last season came as part of Arthur Melo’s transfer to Juventus. The Bosnia Hezergovina passport player made 30 appearances last season across all competitions, but not as a regular.
No doubt news emerged that he was not happy. Knowing this according to Sport-English Juventus were willing to bring him back to Turin, but not on a permanent basis but on a two-year loan and a reduction in salary (Barca didn’t need to pay him).
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The arrival of Massimiliano Allegri back to Turin could increase the chances of Pjanic’s comeback, because Allegri already knows the characteristics of his playing. Even so, there is the potential for Juventus to release Adrien Rabiot or Aaron Ramsey to bring Pjanic back.