Juve’s Pjanic prospect returned to Italy before returning to Serie A


Modified April 20, 2020, 04:56 IST

Juventus star Miralem Poznick

Juventus midfielder Miralem Poznik returned to Italy before a possible rebuild of Serie A.

The Serie A was suspended indefinitely in March due to the pandemic of the coronary virus, and the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has already stated that the campaign will not begin until the health and safety of all concerned is ensured.

Italian sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora is expected to confirm the training date on May 3 as soon as possible at Serie A, with the current restrictions on current movement and outdoor activities coming to an end on May 3.

When the season was stopped, Bosnia-Herzegovina star Poznick returned home to his superstar teammate Cristiano Ronaldo – who had returned to Portugal, and returned to Brazil like Douglas Costa, Alex Sandro and Danilo.

However, Paznik announced via Instagram on Sunday that he was returning to Italy, with the caption: “Back to the Business”.

Lazio had a point clear through 26 games when defending champion Juventus was suspended.

Before the season stopped, Pjanic scored three goals and provided two assists in 22 Serie A appearances.