Emre Can won’t be joining Juventus in January, according to Sky Germany’s Marc Behrenbeck.
First reported last week, the Germany International is expected to stay at Liverpool until the summer given that they’re in the Champions League.
Since then, Gianluca DiMarzio has reported that Can has decided to join Juventus on a free transfer in the summer. The 23-year-old is expected to sign a four-year deal with an option for a fifth year worth €5 million per season.
Emre Can’s agents are checking all the details on the contract offered by Juventus, which is a 4-year deal with an option for an extra year worth €5 million per season. Juve are pushing to close the deal as soon as possible, according to @DiMarzio.
— Get Italian Football (@_GIFN) January 5, 2018
During the week, Juventus head coach Max Allegri said: “Emre Can’s qualities are well known, he’s a young player who is part of an extraordinary midfield like Germany’s. But I don’t talk about incoming transfers, Juventus is strong as is.”