Emre Can and five others. That’s how Tuttosport present Juventus’ transfer window for the summer as we get closer to the Champions League final.
While not officially confirmed, there’s a growing confidence in Italy, which started with Corriere dello Sport, the Liverpool midfielder will reside and play in Turin next season.
The announcement is expected to come after May 26th, regardless of whether or not the Reds win the Champions League, and it will kick off Juventus’ summer transfer window.
Just in case all of this wasn’t clear, Tuttosport further drive their point home with some percentages, labelling Can’s move to Italy as 99% done.
While there’s still a chance of the midfielder featuring in some shape or form next Saturday, the German international will not be going to the World Cup after being left out of Joachim Low’s provisional squad, which the newspaper see as a positive for Juventus fans, as he’ll have more time to be fit for the new Serie A season while also avoiding any unnecessary injuries that could delay his settling in.
We’ve now got two Italian outlets seeing this transfer as good as done, and it seems it would take a huge U-turn for this deal to fall through.
Jorginho's agent taking things to another level.
“I’m in Brazil, nobody called me from Naples, but they called me from the English teams, Liverpool, Manchester City, but also Arsenal and Chelsea."https://t.co/jaEzhFA9DN #lfc #mcfc #afc #cfc pic.twitter.com/ASq1r5v9Kv
— Sport Witness (@Sport_Witness) May 17, 2018