With the future of Miralem Pjanic in doubt, Roma have released a statement claiming that no one has paid a release clause for the midfielder.
Juventus are the latest side, along with Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain, to have been linked with a move for the Giallorossi playmaker but his current club are just focusing on the end of the season.
“Roma denies today’s report on sportmediaset.it concerning an alleged payment of the buy-out clause in Miralem Pjanic’s contract as the story is completely groundless,” An offical Roma statement detailed.
“Our only focus is the final game of the season against AC Milan.”
There is a reported release clause of around €38 million in Pjanic’s contract and the Roman outfit are in danger of losing their star player should a team reach that mark with an offer.
The Bosnian international had enjoyed another good season in the capital, netting 11 goals in 38 games across all competitions.