The situation of Emre Can in Juventus is comparable to the one we can find in the Lazar region. In short, it’s not colorful. The German was not reported to the autumn round of the Champions League and in Serie A he appeared only in eight matches, mainly as a backup although there were exceptions that he was in the first team. Nevertheless, it is definitely not enough for a player with such skills. It is unlikely that Maurizio Sarri will convince him, so the German will be happy to consider offers from other clubs. Another eager has just appeared. Everton coach Carlo Ancelotti wants to bring Juventus midfielder Emre Can.
“La Gazzetta Dello Sport” reports that Everem became interested in Emre Can. Apparently, the new manager of The Toffees, Carlo Ancelotti, is especially looking for him. For now, Italy guarantees the club good results, so the authorities should listen to it willingly. It is, therefore, possible that they will soon offer Juventus an offer. At the moment there are no specifics about how high it can be and what it will assume. There can be both buying a player and hiring him.
Carlo Ancelotti wants to bring Juventus midfielder Emre Can to Everton. A formal offer could arrive soon. The player has requested a meeting with Juventus to resolve his future as he is worried about being left out of the Euros. (Source: La Gazzetta dello Sport) #EFC pic.twitter.com/dAFaooN2qc
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Everton seems to be a very suitable place for Emre Can. He needs a game and he should have enough in this club. He can easily enter the first squad of the team from the march and stay there. In addition, acclimatization issues drop out. He can have played in the Premier League before so he not only knows the language and realities but even the city. After all, he was leaving Liverpool for Juventus. Finding yourself in a new team should not be a problem under these conditions.
Everton can use him a lot because, in addition to quite substantial skills, Emre Can bring with him a sack of ambition. Finally, he wants to prove that the lack of performances in Italy was due to the manager’s individual predispositions, not his weak form.
However, there is no reason to count on the nose of a former employer. Liverpool has finally driven a reserve squad after Everton and at the earliest opportunity will probably do it again, regardless of whether the composition will already have Can.