Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic has dismissed speculation that he will be on the move this summer, with Manchester City said to be interested.
The Bosnia international has been linked with a move to Man City with Pep Guardiola so far being left frustrated in this summer’s transfer window.
The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss is thought to be keen on signing a new central midfielder this summer, with Fred and Jorginho both having been linked with a move to the Etihad, only to see the pair join Manchester United and Chelsea respectively.
Pjanic has been touted as a big money alternative for the Citizens, but the 28-year-old has dismissed talk of a move away from the Serie A champions:
“I listen to a lot of things that are not true,” he told ESPN.
“I’m cool. I’m preparing my new season. That’s what’s the most important.
“What I did the last two seasons for Juventus was really great, and I am happy what I’m doing here.
“I am cool – and I don’t care about what they are writing because I listen and I read a lot of things, and a lot of things are not true.”