- German midfielder Emre Can could be on his way to Juventus this summer
- He is said to have agreed a five year summer move deal with the Serie A champions
- But Liverpool and Juventus are yet to confirm any official deal
Liverpool star Emre Can has reportedly agreed £85k-a-week five-year deal with Juventus and will be announced after Liverpool’s Champions League final clash with Real Madrid.
The 24 year old is out of contract and and the German midfielder is said to have rejected the offer of an extension.
According to the report by Goal, the move could finally be confirmed within the next fortnight after Liverpool’s showdown with Real Madrid in Kiev.
The report also added that Emre Can has agreed a £4m-a-year package with the Serie A champions.
Liverpool signed Emre Can in 2014 from Leverkusen for a fee of £9.75m, and has played 166 times since then and scored 14 goals for the Reds.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Liverpool star Emre Can is said to be losing his fight to be fit for the final of the 2017/18 Champions League where his side will face Real Madrid in Ukraine.
Since suffering an injury on March 17 in Liverpool's 5-0 win against Watford, the 24-year-old has not played a game since then.
He is yet to start training according to the latest report by Daily Star UK, and there is now panic at Anfield that he could be out of the Champions League final.
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