Tottenham Hotspur target Miralem Pjanic has dismissed the possibility of leaving Roma, despite being flattered by reports linking him with a move to the Premier League.
Andre Villas-Boas’ side were heavily linked with a move for the Bosnian playmaker during the summer, as they sought to bring in a replacement for Luka Modric following his move to Real Madrid. It had been reported in recent weeks that the 22-year-old have fallen out with Roma coach Zdenek Zeman, fuelling speculation that a move away from the Stadio Olimpico could be imminent.
However, Pjanic has played down the suggestion that he wants to leave Roma, stating that he is fully concentrated on establishing himself as a force in Roma’s midfield.
“I have to admit it is nice to hear when your name is mentioned in the same sentence with all these clubs,” Pjanic told SportSport.
"However, at this point I do not want to think too much about a possible transfer in the future. I just want to stabilise myself in the first XI at Roma."