Manchester City eye Lyon's 5m Bosnia wonderkid Miralem Pjanic
Manchester City are set to make a £5million swoop for Lyon wonderkid Miralem Pjanic. Mark Hughes will watch the Bosnian midfielder in action when the French side visit Anfield for their Champions League clash with Liverpool in two weeks' time, say The Sun. But Lyon may reject City's approach in order to gain a higher transfer fee in future. Head coach Claude Pruel revealed the club's policy towards the player when he said: 'The idea is not to sell unless a big offer arrives.' Skillful midfielder Pjanic said: 'I am happy that other clubs are showing an interest.' Ukraine v England The talented youngster ignored interest from Manchester United, Chelsea, Barcelona and Real Madrid to move to Lyon from Metz in 2008. Pjanic is only 19 but has already made eight international appearances for Bosnia.
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