Premier League giants Liverpool should be ready to render Emre Can their farewell greetings by the end of the season as he has reportedly agreed to move to Turin where he would feature for Juventus in the upcoming season.
According to Calciomercato, the German has reached an agreement with the Serie A club and they have signed a pre-contract deal which will be announced after the UEFA Champions League final match between the Reds and Real Madrid.
Having seen off his contract with the Reds this season, Can will be moving to Juventus as a free agent which means the Merseyside club won’t receive any amount from the deal.
The Italian media outlet also suggests that the 24-year-old midfielder will immediately sign a five-year contract deal with the Maximiliano Allegri’s team and the deal will fetch him a yearly pay worth €6million.
Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is currently preparing his team for tomorrow’s clash against Chelsea in a game that looks like a mere formality as there is nothing left to fight for.
The Blues have already failed to qualify for next season’s Champions League competition irrespective of the outcome of the match while Liverpool have also been confirmed has the third-placed team in the Premier League standings as they are five points behind Manchester United with just a match remaining in the season.
Can is currently out injured and he won’t take part in tomorrow’s tough clash but he is expected to return to action before the UCL final match in Kiev later in the month.