MIRALEM PJANIC has no intention of leaving Juventus this summer.
The Bosnian midfielder, 28, revealed he is “very happy” with the Serie A champions amid links to Chelsea and Manchester City.
Pjanic has endured a summer of speculation, but the former Lyon star wants to continue his career in Turin.
Speaking to Sky Sports in Italy, he said: “I’m here, I’m very happy in this group and I’m working well.
“I know the market is like this, there could be things that interest you, sometimes not.
“But I am very happy about what I’m doing.
“I’m very happy with what I’ve done in the last two seasons.
The 28-year-old scored seven goals and made 14 assists last season as Juventus won the Serie A title last season.
“I’m in a good group and I have a great relationship with the coach.
“I’m doing my best to prepare for next season.”
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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is reportedly ready to lure him away from Turin with an opening offer of £58m.
But former Juventus director Luciano Moggi believes that the midfielder will join Chelsea in a £70m deal this summer.
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