Liverpool FC’s Emre Can agrees four-year contract with Juventus – report
Emre Can has agreed a deal to sign for Juventus from Liverpool FC, according to reports
Emre Can has agreed a deal to leave Liverpool FC and sign for Juventus on a four-year deal, according to reports in the British media.
Sky Sports is reporting that the German midfielder is set to sign for the Serie A side after the relentless speculation about his future in recent months.
Can’s Liverpool FC contract is set to expire at the end of the month and the 24-year-old midfielder has been free to speak to foreign clubs since January.
According to the same report, Can will undergo a medical with Juventus later this week before officially completing his move to Turin.
Can was a late substitute for Liverpool FC in their 3-1 Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid last month and that looks set to be his final appearance for the Merseyside outfit.
The German midfielder signed for Liverpool FC from Bayer Leverkusen in 2014 and has made 167 appearances, scoring 14 goals in all competitions.
Meanwhile, Liverpool FC confirmed their first signing of the summer transfer window last week when they wrapped up a deal to bring Brazilian midfielder Fabinho to Anfield.
The Reds finished fourth in the Premier League table and without a trophy last season after the disappointment of the Champions League final loss to Real Madrid.