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INTER, MILAN, JUVE, Pjanic negotiations

04.10.2007 15.12 by Redazione TMW  read 8236

The 17 years old Miralem Pjanic play at the moment to Metz in France, but he is considered one of the best revelation. Many people take for granted his leaving at the end of season. Milan, Juventus, Chelsea, Inter and Bayern Monaco have observed him. Pjanic is not yet a professional soccer player and his contract will finish at the end of the season. Metz would like to stop him with a contract of long length, but have to wait til the 2nd of April, day in which the boy will be 18 years old. Since this date the player could be engage for not so much money.

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