Juventus midfielder Emre Can has emerged as a surprise target for Real Betis in the winter transfer window.
According to a report from Calciomercato, Real Betis are the most recent club to show interest in the Germany international.
The Germany international only joined Juventus from Liverpool in 2018 on a free transfer and his contract runs to June 2022.
Can made 39 appearances across all competitions for Juventus, scoring four goals and supplying one assist.
The 25-year-old is considered to be one of the best midfielders in Germany.
As a member of Germany national football team, Can won 22 caps and he scored one goal.
Rubi wants to sign a new midfielder and Can is one of the names at the top of his wishlist. He is a known admirer of the player and is reportedly keen on the idea of bringing him this winter.
Emre Can would provide a good variety to Real Betis’s midfield.
According to Calciomercato, “La Liga side Real Betis are interested in acquiring unhappy Juventus midfielder Emre Can, according to Seville based newspaper Estadio Deportivo. The 25-year-old German midfielder is unhappy at the Bianconeri after a broken promise from coach Maurizio Sarri, who told the player that he would be able to play in the Champions League this season, only to leave him off the registered player list sent to UEFA for the Champions League group stages. The Spanish club are interested in Can because they are looking for a pivot in midfield, a player who can link the attacking and defensive departments together. They are looking to make an offer for the 25-year-old in the upcoming January transfer window.”
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It would take a huge offer from Real Betis to prise the 25-year-old midfielder from Juventus.
Undoubtedly he would be a fantastic recruit for Real Betis.
It will be interesting to see what happens when Real Betis come calling for Emre Can this winter.
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