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Paris Saint-Germain to swap Marco Verratti with Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic

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Paris Saint-Germain could be prepared to swap Marco Verratti with Miralem Pjanic, a Juventus midfielder, should Max Allegri take over the French capital.

Tuttosport claims that Allegri ‘s conceivable arrival could open up this summer for a sensational swap deal, as Pjanic appears to be set to leave the Allianz Stadion.

The 27-year-old Azzurri star Verratti, who has yet to play in Serie A, could set the path for an unexpected come back to Italy.

The newspaper claims that the previous Bianconeri coach Allegri will want to bring Pjanic to the Parc des Princes and may sacrifice to make it happen to Italy international.

Eight years ago, Verratti left Pescara for PSG and has since become an integral part of the Ligue 1 giants, helping them to seven League crowns, four Coupe de France, and five Coupe de la Ligue.

As of late Pjanic has been connected to a transition to Barcelona yet the Old Lady is calling for Arthur Melo in exchange and the Brazilian appears to be reluctant to cooperate.

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