Jurgen Klopp finally shares his say on contract rebel Emre Can

Emre can has only six months left on his contract.


Jurgen Klopp has indicated that midfielder Emre Can isn’t going anyplace in January exchange window, but is a possibility to leave the club at his present contract’s end with purportedly Juventus and Bayern Munich interested.

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Can is currently in the final six months of his current deal at Anfield and apparently dismissed another contract expansion at Anfield. The 23-year-old is accepted to have slowed down the arrangement to make him qualified in January to sign a pre-contract with different clubs for next summer.

The player is constantly linked with Italian giants Juventus, whose director general Giuseppe Marotta additionally openly conceded that the club is doing everything to acquire the player whereas the possibility of Bayern luring away another German player on a free transfer is also surfacing in the market.

What’s more, giving both the clubs a positive sign, the Reds manager Jurgen Klopp has now all but confirmed that the player will leave on a free deal in the Summer, however, commanded the midfielder won’t sign anything in this concluding window.

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In a meeting with German TV station, DAZN Klopp stated: “He’ll stay beyond the winter.”

“Emre is still a young lad but he has developed into a great player and is very important for us.

“Sometimes a player just wants to sit out his contract. That’s not cool for the club, but there are moments in which you have to accept it.

“And as long as the player behaves like Emre does, then I have absolutely nothing to complain about. He gives everything he has and identifies with the club.”

Can joined Liverpool from Leverkusen under then boss Rodgers and from that point forward has performed as one of the key players of the present Liverpool side.

The midfielder as of now has shown up 28 times for the KOPs this season in all rivalries, scoring on four events and was likewise given the skippers armband in their last two recreations.

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Also, now should the German midfielder at long last picked to leave the club in next season, Jurgen Klopp again needs to hop into the market to fill the void left by a standout amongst the prominent midfielders of his squad.

Likewise, it will doubtlessly be hard for the German boss to find a legitimate substitution and losing a player like Can who as a free transfer formed into one of World’s best central midfielder will be demoralizing for the Kops.