Emre Can ‘demands meeting with Juventus chiefs to discuss future’ over concerns his lack of minutes could cost him place at Euro 2020 and is ‘open to a move in January amid Manchester United interest’
- Emre Can’s fallen out of favour at Juventus, playing just eight times this season
- He is worried lack of minutes will cost him place in Germany’s Euro 2020 squad
- Can has ‘demanded a meeting with Juventus chiefs’ to discuss his situation
- Reported Man United target will seek move away if he can’t get more game time
The midfielder has fallen out of favour under Maurizio Sarri, and has made just eight appearances all season.
Can had expected to feature in the Coppa Italia clash with Udinese earlier this week but failed to make it off the bench.
Emre Can has demanded a meeting with Juventus chiefs to discuss his future at the club
La Gazzetta claim that Can is now running out of patience and wants to meet with the Juventus hierarchy in a bid to resolve his future.
The report also says that Can will seek a move away if he cannot get any assurances of more game time and has already spoke with Germany boss Joachim Low about his circumstances.
The reported Manchester United target is open to a move if he can’t get more playing time
Reports in Italy have long linked the 26-year-old with a move to Manchester United, who are close to strengthening their midfield with the £60million signing of Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon.
Former Liverpool player Can, however, has reportedly ruled out a move to their arch-rivals United out of respect for his old club.
Juventus only signed the midfielder on a free transfer in the summer of 2018.
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