Can is having a nightmare season in Italy.
He was left out of the Juventus UCL squad and now he is left out of the Germany Euro 2020 squad.
Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly looking to bring Juventus midfielder Emre Can to Everton, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport. The German international has hardly kicked a ball for the Bianconeri this season after it was made clear that the player wasn’t in new coach Maurizio Sarri’s plans. He was then left off of the Champions League list for the first half of the season.
It was also reported this week that Can is requesting a meeting with the Juve hierarchy in an attempt to resolve his future, as the 26-year-old is worried about being dropped from the Germany squad for Euro 2020. The report says that Ancelotti is a fan of Can, and would like to try and engineer a move to bring the German back to England and that a formal offer could be presented in the coming days.
Ancelotti had reportedly tried to bring the midfielder to Napoli last summer. The two clubs have a good relationship, with Juve having sold Moise Kean to The Toffees last summer for €27.5 million, while Can’s contract with the Bianconeri doesn’t expire until June 2022.
Juventus signed the player from Liverpool on a free transfer in the summer of 2018, although it was later revealed that the Bianconeri forked out over €16 million in commission fees.