Miralem Pjanic looks set to be among the first players to leave Barcelona this summer.
The Bosnian midfielder has totally failed at the Camp Nou and is no longer seen as an important part of Barcelona by the club’s management.
Even the current Catalans coach, Ronald Koeman, does not like the player he has left in most of the matches on the bench.
His departure from Camp Nou seems inevitable, until now a new option has emerged for him.
Reigning German champions Bayern Munich have expressed interest in bringing the Bosnian closer.
Barcelona has put the Bosnian star up for sale and aims to earn over 30 million euros from his sale.
Mundo Deportivo has reported that the Bavarians have already started contacts with the player’s agent for a transfer to Munich.
However, other teams such as Chelsea, PSG and Everton have also expressed interest in the midfielder.