Manchester United target Miralem Pjanic has admitted he would be willing to move to France if Paris Saint-Germain made a move for him.
The 23-year-old has been linked with a move to Premier League champions Manchester United over the last few months, however the Red Devils are yet to make an official bid for the attacking midfielder.
Pjanic, who has scored three goals in 19 games for Roma so far this season, has revealed he was flattered by talk of a move to Manchester United but would be happy to stay at Roma if a move did not come to fruition.
The £20million-rated Bosnian international, who moved to Serie A outfit Roma after a stint in France with Metz and Lyon, has stated he would be keen on moving back to Ligue One.
When asked by Telefoot if he would consider a move to Ligue 1 moneybags Paris Saint-Germain, Pjanic replied:
"It's the only club I would go to in France," he told Telefoot when asked about PSG.
"I'm at Roma, it's a big club and I feel really good here. I love the fans and I am a fan of Roma. If there must be a transfer, all parties must agree. For the moment, I'm staying concentrated on my football."