Merseyside club Everton are the latest club to be linked with a move for Juventus midfielder Emre Can who is surplus to requirements at the Italian Serie A outfit.
The interest of Everton in Emre Can was disclosed by the Daily Mirror as it was stated that the Toffees will have to pay £30m to sign him in this winter transfer market.
Emre Can was previously linked with Manchester United as well as German Bundesliga clubs Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich.
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The ex-Liverpool player ruled out a move to Manchester United out of respect for Liverpool whom he spent four seasons with between 2014 and 2018.
Emre Can left Liverpool at the start of the last campaign shortly after his contract Anfield ran out.
He had signed a four-year contract at Liverpool upon joining them from Bayer Leverkusen in 2014.
Emre Can was a first-team regular under Maximiliano Allegri in his debut season at Juventus but that status has changed since Maurizio Sarri replaced Allegri as the Juventus manager last summer and he was even left out of the Champions League squad for this season last year.
The Everton move will depend on Emre Can and if he wants it due to his history with Liverpool.