Thursday, 13th June, 2013
German giants Borussia Dortmund are closely following Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic, and are considering shelling out €15m for the player, according to Bosnian radio station Radio Sarajevo.
The 23-year-old Yugoslavia-born Bosnia and Herzegovina international has a contract with the Italian giants until June 2015.
Pjanic started his senior club career with French side Metz in 2007, and subsequently moved to Ligue 1 giants Lyon the following year, and helped the side reach the semi-final of the Champions League in 2009/10.
He was snapped up Roma in the summer of 2011, on a four-year deal.
Pjanic clocked up 29 appearances for the Yellow-Reds in the 2012/13 season, scoring four times, and assisting eight times.
The Magic One finished sixth in Serie A this term, narrowly missing out on European places and losing the Coppa Italia final to Lazio.
The highly-rated schemer has also earned 40 caps for Bosnia and Herzegovina, and has also scored three times and assisted five times out of four World Cup qualifiers this term.
He played his last international game against Latvia on Friday under manager Safet Susic.
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