Miralem Pjanić has been offered to Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain, according to Le10 Sport.
Arriving at Barcelona last summer, the 31-year-old was restricted to just over 600 minutes in the league across 18 appearances and less than 500 minutes in the Champions League from eight matches.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina international came off the bench in his side’s last defeat to Celta Vigo and it was his first league outing since February.
Having ‘failed to integrate’ at the Catalan club, the midfielder has already made several efforts to leave the Camp Nou. He’s been offered to several clubs, and among them are the Blues and PSG. Neither ‘said no’ as they are ‘thinking’ about him.
Chelsea and the Ligue 1 side are ‘taking the time to reflect’ on whether or not to take further steps for signing Pjanić.
The details of the operation have not been discussed, but the idea of a loan deal ‘could be attractive’.
For now, Chelsea and PSG are waiting for movements in the market before taking any decision on the former Juve man, with the ‘only downside’ of a potential deal would be Pjanić’s high salary.
Le10 state it’s clear Pjanić doesn’t want to continue at Barcelona under the existing conditions.
With him being offered to two clubs, it remains to be seen if either Chelsea or PSG would consider taking him in the summer.