Liverpool's Can insist no deal with Juventus


They still expect that, in the end, he will sign with Juventus, just as has been expected since last summer when it began to look as though a new Liverpool deal wasn't going to happen.

Liverpool midfielder Emre Can says he has not signed a pre-contract with Juventus and is still in discussions over staying at Anfield.

But the club are confident that Can will join the club next summer on a free transfer and despite the midfielder insisting that nothing has been agreed, the Italian champions are not anxious at the moment.

Can played a crucial role for Liverpool in their win over Manchester City at the weekend, showing what a big miss he could be for the Reds.

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Recent reports from Sky in Italy outlined an initial agreement between the midfielder and Italian giants Juve, though Can maintains talks with Liverpool are still ongoing.

Liverpool have already lost Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona and are hoping that they can convince the Germany global to extend his deal beyond the current campaign.

With the World Cup on the horizon, Can doesn't want to be ostracised at Anfield, and it's understandable, if he has agreed to sign for Juventus, that he'd rather keep his cards close to his chest. Why not? I still have a contract here.

"What can I say?"

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After Liverpool's memorable 4-3 victory over Manchester City on Sunday, Can updated reporters on his situation.

"I just concentrate on my performance and the football. I will give everything for this team".

"We were always on the front foot, everyone pressing and everyone did a brilliant job".

"We played against Manchester City - you don't have to forget that".

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"If the teams saw us playing like that, they we will give us a lot of respect and we will take a lot of confidence".