According to the Daily Sports, if there are no accidents, Pianić will leave Barca this week. The Bosnian midfielder has already received a superb offer from the Emirates club Sharjah, and after initial suspicions, he has accepted the three-year contract, a lucrative offer that cannot be rejected at the age of 32.
Pjanic, who was loaned to Besiktas last season, returned to Barca this summer and convinced Xavi in pre-season that he could be a useful player. He decided to stay, but he didn't play a minute in 4 La Liga games, which affected his decision to stay at Barca. He plans to talk to Harvey in the coming hours to announce his decision.
According to the club, the negotiations between Barca and Pjanic to terminate the contract have advanced, and Barca has allowed him to leave freely.
In principle, he will transfer for free, with the focus of the negotiations on whether he can get severance money from Barca's contract, as he has already lowered his salary last year to rent out to Turkey.
Pjanic's contract with Barca ends in 2024. Although Harvey says he can play a role, the club is open to his departure as it would free up more pay space.
Name Romano revealed that Pianić will fly to the UAE on Tuesday to discuss the details of the contract before signing with the Sharjah club.