Pleased with his stellar start in Germany, Schalke 04 reportedly want to sign Juventus loanee Marko Pjaca to a permanent deal.
The Croatian signed for the Miners in January in a short term loan deal which will keep him at the club until the end of the season. Pjaca has scored twice in five appearances for Schalke, and seems to have hit his stride at his new club.
Calciomercato state that according to reports from Germany, Schalke want to keep Pjaca beyond the end of the season. While there is no option to buy in his current deal, it is thought that the winger himself is open to the move.
Pjaca was signed by Juventus from Dinamo Zagreb in the summer of 2016. Juve paid
Marko Pjaca (22) has only started two games since his move to Schalke and has scored in both them games when he has started.— SidelineScouted (@SidelineScouted) March 3, 2018
Start him! pic.twitter.com/fHgTv5XItj