The Bosnian international, 23, was linked with a move to Old Trafford in the January transfer window as David Moyes looked to strengthen his squad, but a move failed to materialise and the former Lyon man stayed in the Italian capital.
A number of clubs have been credited with an interest in the talented playmaker, but one link is set to take over the transfer machine, as Pjanic was tonight spotted at the Parc des Princes to watch Paris Saint-German take on Marseille.
The image above shows midfielder Pjanic in the French capital to take in tonight's game, with rumours suggesting that PSG could line up a move in the summer.
This particular link has been made before - in January, Laurent Blanc's side were tipped to swoop for the Roma star before they landed Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye, and Pjanic admitted that PSG would be the only French side he would sign for.
"It's the only club I would go to in France," he told Telefoot. "I'm at Roma, it's a big club and I feel really good here. I love the fans and I am a fan of Roma. If there must be a transfer, all parties must agree. For the moment, I'm staying concentrated on my football."
Of course, we are currently outside of the transfer window and nothing can happen immediately, but Pjanic's presence at tonight's game will set tongues wagging about a potential summer move, and with little explanation as to why he is there - after all, he featured for Roma in last night's draw with Inter Milan - he could well snub advances from United and make the move back to France after all.