Liverpool and Germany midfielder Emre Can is set to leave Anfield by the end of the season as the player confirmed to reporters that he would be joining a ‘new but big’ club in the summer.
Can 24, has featured in 115 Premier League matches for the Merseyside club since he moved to Anfield stadium in 2014 but this season might be the end of his successful career at Liverpool as he is expected to join another team before the start of the 2018/19 season.
It’s believed Can has reached an agreement with Serie A giants Juventus over a possible move to the Scudetto Champions by the end of the season.
Maximiliano Allegri could get the German on a free transfer as he is set to be out of contract with Liverpool this summer.
While reacting to his speculated move to Turin in an interview with a Germany media outlet Sport Build, Emre Can failed to specifically reveal the name of his next club but he confirmed that he would be joining a ‘big club’ after the summer World Cup in Russia.
In their search for the player’s replacement, the Merseyside club have shown their interest in Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, who is currently having a season to remember at the King’s Power stadium. The Nigeria international is reportedly set to cost the Reds a fee not less than £54m.