Only a year after leaving Liverpool, Germany midfielder Emre Can could be on the move again amid reports of being unwanted at Juventus by new manager Maurizio Sarri.
According to Tuttosport [via Football Italia], the 25-year-old will be allowed to leave the Serie A champions by the ex-Chelsea boss, with Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain both making enquiries about the player. Those links were communicated by @TheKopiteOFF on Twitter.
— The Kopite (@TheKopiteOFF) August 18, 2019
However, as reported by the Liverpool Echo, he rejected a new contract at Anfield the following season and said that he wanted to follow in the footsteps of boyhood idol Zinedine Zidane by playing for Juventus.
He did not make much of an impact in his first season in Turin, though, scoring just four times in 37 appearances and starting only 22 games between Serie A and Champions League.
These Liverpool fans on Twitter had little sympathy for Can after reportedly being told he can leave Juventus:
Thats what he gets for thinking he is better than @LFC. Totslly over rated. Wasnt good enough for Liverpool.
— andrew GUS gorman (@djandrewgorman) August 18, 2019
Sad to see, both him and Phil Coutinho thought the grass was greener. How wrong were they??
— Declan Goodfellow® (@Goodfellow_11) August 18, 2019
Phil and Emre can tour the lesser football venues of Europe knowing that once they with Liverpool WE not only survived but thrived in your absence bringing home 6. When you leave LFC and Jurgen Klopp the only way is .
— AK (@superal999) August 18, 2019
Was never good enough and very overrated
— Kapoinho (@kush60586259) August 18, 2019
Sound. Thought he was average at best and turned like the QE2
— LFC Arrow (@lfc_arrow) August 18, 2019
How the hell is this dude getting offers from Bayern and PSG after failing at two major clubs?
— Adam Stently (@stently) August 18, 2019
He was a good squad player’but obviously thought his talents were above reality
— dm (@delboy3476) August 18, 2019
He was never mobile enough, I've seen milk turn faster.
— Henry Jackson (@HJackcson) August 18, 2019
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