Things are not looking too good for Liverpool at the moment in terms of the ongoing transfer window.
The Reds surprisingly missed out on Lyon midfielder Nabil Fekir’s signature after reaching an agreement with the Ligue 1 side.
The latest news across all media confirm that Juventus have officially captured the Reds’ midfielder Emre Can on a four-year contract.
There have been many speculations over the player’s signature for a very long time as some part of the media suggest he could be moving to Juventus while some claimed he would be renewing his contract by the end of the summer World Cup.
The Old Lady finally signed their longtime target in a deal which will see him receive £222,000 on weekly basis during his first two years with the Serie A giants.
After completing his switch to the Turin outfits, the 24-year-old German midfielder thanked Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp for believing so much in his quality and ability.
He further thanked his teammates at the Anfield Stadium, whom they all worked together to qualify for last season’s Champions League competition despite all odds.
According to the midfielder via his verified Instagram, moving to Juventus is a new chapter of his life that he would cherish for a long time to come.
With his departure to Juventus, Liverpool are now obligated to get his perfect replacement before the end of the current transfer period.