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Sport Emre Can’s future could be confirmed in the coming weeks

14:40  17 may  2018
14:40  17 may  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Emre Can could be fit for Champions League final

  Emre Can could be fit for Champions League final Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has set a deadline for the return of midfielder Emre Can. The German international has been out since March after injuring a bone in his back in the win over Watford. However, Klopp is confident the midfielder will be back in time for the Champions League final. He told The Independent that Can will miss the game at Chelsea but that he expects him to be back in training by Monday so they can assess his situation. “An important day for Emre is next Monday and then we can make the decision if he starts training with us immediately or not. It would only be good news for the final, probably not for the last game of the season.” Liverpool progressed to their first Champions League final for 11 years after beating Roma in midweek and will face Real Madrid in Kiev, who are chasing their third straight Champions League trophy. Klopp’s men are also seeking back-to-back top-four finishes for the first time and they face Chelsea on Sunday knowing that a top four place will be confirmed if they avoid defeat. If Can does get himslef fit for the final, it would likely be his last game for the club as he looks set to join Juventus on a free transfer.

When it comes to Emre Can ' s future , Liverpool are on the clock. Juventus chief executive Beppe Marotta confirmed the Italian giants tried to get Can in the summer. If Liverpool cannot come to terms on a new deal in the coming weeks , it would make sense from a business point of view to at

Can has long been attracting interest from Juventus. The Turin club even confirmed their interest in signing the midfielder Emre Can was wanted by Juventus in the summer transfer window Getty. Barcelona’ s Denis Suarez unavailable for Chelsea clash after being ruled out for up to three weeks .

Reds midfielder Emre Can looks set to leave Anfield this month as Juventus close in on a deal for the German, according to Goal.

It has been reported for a while that the German international is on his way to Turin, as Liverpool have been unable to agree terms on a new contract with the 24-year-old.

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Can is reportedly ready to sign a five-year deal with Juventus, however, an announcement will not be made by Liverpool until after the Champions League final on May 26.

The box-to-box midfielder has enjoyed a good four years at Liverpool, making 166 appearances and scoring 14 goals since joining from Bayern Leverkusen as a 20-year-old.

Klopp excited by Keita arrival as Liverpool eye more signings

  Klopp excited by Keita arrival as Liverpool eye more signings Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is expecting big things from star midfielder Naby Keita, 23, ahead of his move from RB Leipzig.Jurgen Klopp has backed Liverpool-bound RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita to have a "big effect" next season, while the German manager expects to complete more signings.

Liverpool assistant manager Colin Pascoe believes Emre Can could be a future club captain but in the short term he may just have to settle with assuming Steven Gerrard’ s midfield role.

Emre Can is out of contract at Liverpool this summer and could leave the club. His situation remains unclear, however, with Can confirming last month he would only be concentrating on the ongoing season, before permitting his agent to sort out his future once the summer window opens.

The Reds will be disappointed to see can leave but may already have a replacement lined up with RB Leipzig’s Naby Keita joining the club this summer, and after agreeing to the move almost a year ago in a deal worth £52.75 million.

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Emre Can agrees Juventus contract .
Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has reportedly agreed terms with Juventus and the move will be completed after this Saturday’s Champions League final. The Guardian report that Can will earn €5 million a year with the Italian giants having rejected the chance to stay at Anfield. The German has not played for the Reds since March but was pictured training today ahead of this weekend’s season finale against Real Madrid in Kiev. The 24-year-old joined the club from Bayer Leverkusen in 2014 for a fee of €12 million and has impressed since. He has scored 10 Premier League goals in 115 appearances from the centre of midfield but was not named in Joachim Low’s Germany squad for this summer’s World Cup in Russia. Can will be a loss to boss Jurgen Klopp, who was desperate to keep his fellow countryman at the club but terms could not be agreed. However, RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita will move to Merseyside in the coming weeks as per the agreement made last year, bolstering the squad.

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