Since Emre Can moved to Juventus in the summer, he’s played the full 90 minutes only on one occasion and has been restricted to only three starts in all competitions.
Italian website Calciomercato.it reports there are ‘uncertainties about the German international’s situation with the Old Lady and Sami Khedira regularly picking up injuries this season could see the Turin club enter the market for midfielders in January, if Allegri requests to strengthen the squad for the second half of the season.
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici’s objective is to look at players whose contract expires in 2019 and this is when the report talks about Ander Herrera of Manchester United as a transfer target for the Serie A winners.
He will be a free agent next summer and so far, the Spaniard has not been handed a new deal to continue at Old Trafford beyond this season because the Red Devils have not opened contract talks with him.
The possibility of adding the former Athletic Club Bilbao man to Juve’s squad could ‘tease’ Paratici, who has now been given Beppe Marotta’s football responsibilities after his exit.
Calciomercato.it’s claims of Manchester United not offering Herrera a new contract contradict what was reported by Mundo Deportivo on October 11th. The latter suggests the Premier League giants have offered a deal to extend his contract and the player could commit his future to United before the end of December.