Miralem Pjanic insists he is happy at Juventus and ‘loves’ the club, while Italy have a ‘beautiful’ future ahead of them.
Pjanic has been linked with a possible exit this summer, with Juve expected to make several moves in the transfer market once they appoint a new Coach.
However, he told Tuttomercatoweb: “I’m very calm. I still have four years left on my contract, I love Juventus and they love me.
“I’m happy at this club, they’re a serious club and I can still give them a lot.
“I’m under contract and loved here. I’m very happy with the fans and the club, who are great.”
The midfielder was part of the Bosnia-Herzegovina side who lost 2-1 to Italy in Euro 2020 qualifying on Tuesday evening.
“I’m proud of our fans and our performance,” he continued.
“We had a good game. We faced a beautiful Italy side. It’s never easy, but we deserved at least a point.
“The goal we conceded at the start of the second half hurt us. Italy have good dribblers, we lost a few too many balls. It’s a shame, we could’ve done more.
“Their left side plays well between the lines, with Insigne, Verratti and Emerson high up the pitch.
“They’re an organised team, their defence has been playing together for years. Italy have a beautiful future ahead of them, they have some quality players.”