Rumours linking Emre Can to a summer Anfield exit have resurfaced with the German still yet to have signed a new deal at Liverpool.
The midfielder proved to be a star figure in driving the Reds to a top four finish last season and gave supporters good reason to appreciate his value to Jurgen Klopp’s setup.
Can’s revival towards the end of the campaign seemingly assured his future on Merseyside yet reports are suggesting there remains to be interest from elsewhere in the 23-year-old.
2016/2017 Champions League finalists Juventus have made contact with Can’s representatives, according to DiMarzio.
The Italian giants were also tipped as keen admirers of Can in January when there were doubts over his future amidst an apparent contract dispute.
Can’s current contract expires at the end of next season, making interest in his situation somewhat expected, especially considering his impressive form in April and May. The former Bayer Leverkusen man was a standout performer in the club’s fight for European football, producing a number of inspired displays and, more notably, the goal of the season with his stunning overhead kick against Watford.
Liverpool appear to remain confident that an agreement will be reached to keep Can at the club for years to come. The longer the player stalls putting pen to paper, though, the longer the rumours will continue.