Liverpool Fans Batter Emre Can on Twitter After Hearing Juventus Are in For Him

Liverpool Fans Batter Emre Can on Twitter After Hearing Juventus Are in For Him

Juventus have reportedly agreed to sign Emre Can on a free transfer this summer and it doesn’t look like the Liverpool fans are going to miss him.

Can moved to Anfield in 2014, after former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers activated the German’s £9.75 million release clause.

And while it took the ex-Bayer Levekusen midfielder time to adjust to Premier League football, with Rodgers playing him out of position in a back three, Can eventually demonstrated his talents when Jurgen Klopp took charge.

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However, despite playing 40 games for the club last season and having already featured in 25 matches this term, the Liverpool supporters are ready to accept his exit to Serie A.

Whether Can’s departure has been eased by RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita having already agreed to join the Reds this summer is unclear.

It’s undeniable that the mood toward Can has changed since he refused to sign a new deal last year though, despite the 23-year-old appearing as a fan-favourite earlier in his career:



Are the Liverpool fans really ready to watch one of their most active midfielders walk away from the club after showing bags of potential?

Or are the supporters simply bitter that the player ran down his contract before sealing a move elsewhere?

Liverpool are in action this evening as they take on local rivals Everton in the FA Cup.

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