“The situation needs to change”.
Those were the words of Emre Can after Germany’s 6-1 hammering of Northern Ireland during the international break, and there are a number of clubs who would be willing to help him do that.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Bayern Munich are all hovering, and Can has an order preference.
We’ll start at the top, with his preferred destination, and that would be the Bundesliga and a return to Bavaria, where he spent his younger years as a footballer before moving to Bayer Leverkusen in 2013.
Then there’s Paris Saint-Germain, who are being taken into ‘even more consideration’ than the next option despite their failed efforts to sign him last summer.
As for Manchester United (the aforementioned next option) in all this, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are the ‘hot option’, but appear to be the bottom of the three in terms of where he would like to go.
That doesn’t mean he doesn’t want to, but his history with Liverpool could have something to do with that, and a move to Old Trafford certainly wouldn’t go down well with the Anfield faithful.
Either way, it seems the German midfielder will be leaving Juventus in the summer if someone pays up, as his lack of game time and exclusion from the Champions League list in Turin have been tough pills to swallow.