It would be an understatement to say that Miralem Pjanic‘s first season at Barcelona hasn’t gone as he would’ve liked.
The Bosnian midfielder arrived from Juventus last summer as an exciting new signing and, although he played 30 times over the course of the campaign, just 13 of those came in Ronald Koeman‘s starting XI.
In truth, Koeman hardly trusted Pjanic, and the ex-Juventus and Roma midfielder was almost invisible at the Camp Nou. As a result, the club view him as someone they would be willing to sell.
Pjanic himself, though, appears committed to the cause and he has questions about the 2020/21 season that he doesn’t have the answers to.
“Honour the shirt, respect the team,” Pjanic wrote on Instagram. “Give everything on and off the pitch.
“That’s what Barcelona deserve and that’s what I’ve done from day one. This season leaves a bitter taste and questions still remain, looking for answers.
“A hug to all Cules. See you soon and always Forca Barca.”
At 30, it’s clear that Pjanic feels he has more to offer and sees his future at the Camp Nou.