Roma playmaker Miralem Pjanic has admitted that his long-term future with the Serie A giants is far from certain, planning summer talks to clarify that situation as Manchester United, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain all continue to circle.
Pjanic has been one of Serie A's standout stars this season in a revitalised Roma side, so much so that Rudi Garcia's side have reportedly placed a €55m price tag on the Bosnian international's head.
Following another virtuoso performance in Roma's 3-0 win over Sampdoria last night Pjanic spoke out over his future, insisting that nothing will be sorted until this summer as he continues to focus on chasing the Scudetto with the Giallorossi.
The 23-year-old is quoted by Football Italia as telling Mediaset Premium: "We’ll see. I have always said I’m happy here, but now I have to focus on seeing out the season.
"When the time is right I’ll talk to the club and we will find the right solution.”
Roma's return to prominence this season under Garcia means Champions League qualification looks a distinct possibility, something that will make future decisions over star performers at the end of the current campaign.
PSG remain firm favourites to add another creative midfield influence for next season, although United, Barca and Manchester City are all perennially linked with European football's rising stars.