Liverpool announce Emre Can and Jon Flanagan departures


Liverpool have announced that a series of players will be leaving the club this summer on the expiry of their contracts.

The defender was a mainstay of the team that challenged for the Premier League title in 2013-14, making 23 appearances as the Reds ultimately finished second, and became a senior England global.

Sources in Italy are reporting that Can has agreed a four-year deal with Juventus.

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The other notable name on to be released by Liverpool is defender Jon Flanagan.

Liverpool have now formally announced that the 24-year-old will end his time at the club after making 167 appearances in all competitions since 2014. The full-back made his senior debut at the age of 18 in 2011, and played a big role in the Premier League title charge in 2014, but a serious knee injury that same year seriously impacted his Liverpool development.

Can's departure won't upset Liverpool supporters too much with the excitement surrounding the new additions to Jürgen Klopp's Champions League finalists.

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In January, he was sentenced to 40 hours of unpaid work and a 12-month community order for assaulting his girlfriend.

Flanagan spent the second half of last season on loan with Bolton Wanderers.

Youth players Toni Gomes, Paulo Alves, Micheal Parker, Jordan Williams, Anthony Glennon, Jordan Hunter and Harvey Whyte will also leave the club.

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