Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund secure the services of German international Emre Can. According to information from Goal And Spox all parties have agreed on a winter transfer of the midfielder. On Friday, Can is due to complete the medical check at the Bundesliga runners-up.
The 26-year-old will move to Signal Iduna Park on loan. In the summer, BVB has a purchase obligation, the transfer will then total 30 million euros.
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Can has only played a minor role at Juventus recently and has been aiming for a transfer in January to focus on German coach Joachim Löw for the upcoming Euro 2020.
This season, the former Munich and Leverkusen player has played just 279 minutes in eight Serie A games. The midfielder had not been named in the Bianconeri’s Champions League squad by manager Maurizio Sarri before the season and had publicly expressed his displeasure at the time.
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Can came to Turin in the summer of 2018 when he left Liverpool FC without a replacement and signed with the Old Lady. His contract there runs until 2022.
Emre Can is the second transfer for Lucien Favre this winter after offensive player bride Erling Haaland. The 19-year-old moved from Salzburg to Signal Iduna Park a few weeks ago. In his first two games in the BVB jersey, the Norwegian netted five times.