Latest comments from Germany star add more fuel to Man Utd speculation

Former Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has put potential suitors on alert by admitting he could be looking to leave Juventus in the January transfer window.

Can has had to settle for a role on the fringes under Maurizio Sarri this season – a campaign that started on a sour note after he was left out of their Champions League squad.

The German international has been linked with a Premier League return, with Juventus reportedly prepared to offer him to Manchester United, along with Mario Mandzukic, to sweeten a potential deal to re-sign Paul Pogba.


And Can has done little to silence the rumours with his comments to the media after Germany’s win over Northern Ireland.

“I’m still a Juventus player,” Corriere dello Sport (via Football Italia) quote him as saying.

“Obviously I’m not satisfied with my situation, but I’m keeping my foot on the accelerator and I give 100 percent in every training session.

“I’m trying to change my situation, no player is happy when they don’t play.

“That’s my situation in Turin right now and I’ll have to think about what makes the most sense to me over the winter.

“I certainly see myself in Turin, but the situation must change.”

Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked with a move for the 25-year-old.