There have been plenty of rumours regarding Liverpool’s Emre Can potentially moving to Juventus in the summer. Some have even suggested that the deal had been already made, but first the player, and now the club (Juventus), have moved to deny such reports.
Italian outlet Premium Sport have relayed the Old Lady’s CEO Beppe Marotta’s stance that nothing has been agreed with Emre Can yet. He confirmed the club’s strong desire to sign the German international, but he said Can’s decision hasn’t been made yet, nor is it likely to be made anytime soon.
For their part, Liverpool are keen on keeping their midfielder beyond this summer, but over the course of the season various reports have reported that negotiations have hit a stumbling block, apparently over a release clause Can is adamant any new contract must contain. The club, on the other hand, are staying strong in their intention not to put such clauses in players’ contracts, desiring to keep the final word on any sale for themselves.
Recent reports suggest Bayern Munich and Real Madrid have begun monitoring the situation as well.
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