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Join WTFoot and discover everything you want to know about his current girlfriend or wife, his shocking salary and the amazing tattoos that are inked on his body. Find out what house the Bosnian central midfielder lives in or have a quick look at his cars!
April 2nd, 1990
Tuzla, SFR Yugoslavia
1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Il Piccolo Principe
Pjanic Salary & Net Worth Revealed
How much does he earn?
In August 2018 the central midfielder signed a contract with FC Barcelona that nets him a whopping salary of 12 Million Euro (10.4 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €59,488 (£51,360) per day and €2,479 (£2,140) per hour!
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Wow! This means the average man in the UK needs to work for at least 28.8 years to earn the same as Il Piccolo Principe earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
96 Million Euro (83 Million Pound)
70 Million Euro (60.5 Million Pound)
The Little Prince played for some of the biggest club in the world including Olympique Lyonnais and AS Roma. In the summer of 2016 he completed a move to Italy's most dominant club Juventus, bringing his net worth to an estimated €96 million (£83 million). One of the finest players operating in midfield, he has a market value close to €70 million (£60.5 million).
As always we've got the prying eyes of the paparazzi to thank for stealing some pictures of The Little Prince and his Princess. The beautiful couple enjoy their holidays on the beach, while unbeknownst to them, those sneaky and sly men of the media catch them on film! (Image: Imgur)
Family - Get to know them
Son - Edin
The subtle art of kicking a ball runs well and truly in the bloodline! The Bosnian's son Edin will no doubt grace the football pitch for the biggest clubs in the world in the not too distant future. (Image: Instagram)
Mother - Fatima
Meet the family! The Juventus midfield maestro photographed with his father Fahrudin; mother Fatima; brother Mirza; and sister Emina. (Image: Instagram)
Pjanic Car - What does he drive?
The Little Prince's tastes remain as subtle as ever; when one imagines a Ferrari, it is generally in sizzling red, the Bosnian man, however, likes his colours to be a little less flashy. (Image: Imgur)
The perks of playing for Serie A giants Juventus! La Vecchia Signora always takes special care of her boys, Jeep's newest and greatest is always purring come the beginning of each season. (Image: Imgur)
House - Where does he live?
Location: Turin, Italy
Practice makes perfect! The Bosnia and Juventus midfielder reveal the secrets to his deadly vision on the pitch. Endless hours of Call of Duty keeps his sights laser ready and raring for when it is time to unleash them on the battlefield! (Image: Instagram)
Born in Tuzla, SFR Yugoslavia (present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina), he began his youth career at local side FC Schifflange 95, drawing interest from clubs from clubs around Europe; at the age of 14, he decided to join French club Metz to complete the final phase of his development. He earned his call up to the senior side at 17, and was handed his debut on 18 August 2007 against Paris Saint-Germain in Ligue 1. A string of impressive performances saw the Bosnian sign for Olympique Lyonnais following Metz’s relegation to Ligue 2. On 10 August 2008, il Piccolo Principe debuted for Lyon in a 3-0 victory over Toulouse FC. On 19 August 2009, in the qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League, he scored his first goal for Les Gone, opening the scoring from a free-kick in a 5-1 win over Anderlecht. The midfield maestro went on to score 16 goals and provide 22 assist in 121 appearances for Lyon before departing for Italian side AS Roma ahead of the 2011/12 season. The platform was set for il Piccolo Principe to become one of the finest midfield players in the world. In 185 appearances for I Giallorossi, he produced 30 goals and 46 assists; a deep lying playmaker who possessed incredible ability from dead-ball situations. His exploits in Rome led to a move to Serie A giants Juventus on 13 June 2016, as the two clubs agreed on a €32 million transfer fee. Il Piccolo Principe flourished once more, only this time he had trophies to go with his impressive numbers; with the Bosnian pulling the strings at the heart of midfield La Vecchia Signora won three Scudetto’s on the trot and back-to-back Coppa Italia titles.
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