Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic has said in an interview that he feels he could succeed at Barcelona.
Pjanic was speaking to Sidney Govou, the former Lyon and France forward who conducts interviews with players and shares them on his Youtube channel.
Sport reports that Pjanic was asked by Govou about the prospect of playing for La Blaugrana and the Bosnia-Herzegovina international was very receptive.
“It’s easy to play with good players. I could do very well in that style of play, like at Roma with Rudi Garcia,” Pjanic said.
“It’s somewhere I could better demonstrate my qualities. It wouldn’t be a bad destination, the city, the weather…”
Pjanic added that while he is content in the Eternal City, a move to Paris Saint-Germain would also be attractive.
“PSG is the only club in France I could go to,” he said.
“I’m at Roma and I feel very good here, but Paris is a destination that I would like. They’re a club preparing to win the Champions League.”