Emre Can 'promises free transfer' as Juventus chief plans January talks

Solenn Plantier
Août 27, 2017

Gazzetta dello Sport says Can has entered the final 12 months of his contract and is yet to commit his future.

Liverpool's commanding midfielder Emre Can scored a European brace for the first time on Wednesday in the club's victory over TSG Hoffenheim to qualify for the Champions League proper. If the player doesn't move, various reports in Italy have suggested that he will leave the capital for free as he has his heart set on a move to Turin and has actively pursued a move to Juventus since the start of the summer.

When asked if Juve had approached the player about signing next summer, Marotta added: "I repeat Can is contracted with Liverpool, we know his contract expires but he is a player of Liverpool at the moment".

But the Serie A champions' chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has admitted Liverpool are unwilling to sell the 23-year-old in the current transfer window.

"We won't hide the fact we like him, but now he is a Liverpool player, so we can only admire him from afar".

Inter are reportedly pursuing the player with a view to signing him this summer and may yet land the player for a figure close to €20m.

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