Miralem Pjanic reaches Barcelona after beating COVID-19
Midfielder out of quarantine after 2 weeks, completes EUR60M move to Spanish giants
Barcelona’s new finalizing Miralem Pjanic got here in the Spanish city on Thursday night after recuperating from COVID-19.
” I feel all set and recuperated. I have had a number of weeks at home, but I have tried to remain fit. Now I’m looking forward to joining the group,” Pjanic told reporters at the airport, according to a statement on the club’s site.
” Today is a really big day for me and I’m extremely delighted. I can’t wait to satisfy my new colleagues and I’m really anticipating the brand-new season. I hope I can help the group to win a lot of titles. I’m all set and I’m going to try to do whatever I can for this club.”
Pjanic, 30, remained in isolation because Aug. 23 after evaluating favorable for COVID-19.
His test outcomes were clear after 2 weeks of quarantine and he was permitted to fly out to Spain.
Pjanic’s EUR60 million ($71 million) transfer from Italian club Juventus was sealed in June, with the midfielder signing a four-year contract with Barcelona.
He helped Juventus win four Serie A league titles, 2 Italian Cup prizes, and an Italian Super Cup.
The Bosnian has actually likewise bet French groups Metz and Olympique Lyon, in addition to Italy’s AS Roma throughout his profession.