Miralem Pjanic is a Bosnian international who plays right wing for Barcelona. During the 2021/06 season, he became the youngest ever player to feature in the Spain team, as well as the first-ever Bosnian to earn a regular spot on the bench. His most recent stint in Spain has been with Espanyol where he has featured some excellent football – earning himself a call up to the national team. Recently though, he has moved back to his native country and taken to training full time with his new club Palermo.
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Now aged 23, Miralem Pjanic wants to play at the top level in Europe and has therefore lowered his Barcelona salary to 60%. This is understandable given the fact that he’s not just a starter on the bench, but a full-time starter and an integral member of the Barcelona first team. However, it is important to remember that despite the reduction in his wages, he’s still one of the best players in the league for a number of reasons. Below, we’ll take a look at his role on the team and what he’s capable of.
Pjanic has agreed to take a 60% pay cut upon leaving for Besiktas on loan
Right-Wing – Perhaps the most natural position on the field for Pjanic is right-wing. He is very effective going forward, thanks in large part to his great physique and has a natural ability to score goals from inside the box. Despite not being able to operate on the left side for the club, the Croatian international does not appear comfortable there.
As a result, he has played more often on the right this season, although he has not enjoyed any great success. Should his performances at the international level continue to be as good as they are for Palermo, then expect a greater role for Pajic at Barcelona.
The Turkish club have assumed responsibility for €2.7m of his salary