The Italian media is suggesting the Emre Can transfer saga is finally over and that the German has made his decision.
Gazzetta report that the 24-year-old has penned a five-year deal with Juventus, stating that he’ll officially become their first signing of the summer when his contract with Liverpool expires in July.
Liverpool haven’t made an official announcement yet, but we’d be surprised if the story isn’t accurate.
After all, it’s been obvious for months that Can is leaving Anfield after refusing to sign new terms, despite multiple attempts from the club.
It’s a shame, as on his day, Can is a very good player, but his terrible inconsistency, and the fact he clearly doesn’t want to be here, means it’s a loss the fans will get over.
Missing out on the kind of transfer fee we’d get if he had years on his contract is also disappointing, but not the end of the world.
In all likelihood, we won’t see Can in a red shirt again, after he’s missed the past month with a mysteriously ambiguous back injury – that reminds of Coutinho at the start of the season!