Blessed with the ability to score and set up goals in abundance, Miralem Pjanic has established himself as a key creative force in the Bianconeri midfield ever since signing from Roma in 2016.
Whenever he steps up to take a free-kick, whatever the distance, Pjanic looks like scoring. Needless to say, the Bosnian has produced some real gems in the black and white stripes of Juventus.
With a feather touch and stunning range of passing, the midfielder has the technique to carve open opposition defences from anywhere in the final third and also boasts top-drawer dribbling skills.
Pjanic made his first steps into professional football with French side Metz, with whom he made his debut as a 17-year-old in 2007 having joined the club as a junior from Luxembourg outfit Schifflange.
Eventually impressing with Ligue 1 giants Lyon, making 122 appearances for the club, the Bosnian headed south to continue his career in Serie A with Roma, where he would be a key component of the team for five whole seasons.
His level of consistency in the Italian capital would be sign of things to come in Turin, where he has developed into one of Europe’s outstanding midfield forces.