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Liverpool confirm Can departure

11 June 2018, 06:02 | Charlene Valdez

Liverpool confirm Can departure

Liverpool's Emre Can in action with Newcastle United's De Andre Yedlin during their Premier League match in Liverpool

Can joined Liverpool from Bayer Leverksuen in 2014, making 167 appearances for the club during his time at Anfield. In his time on Merseyside, he made over 166 appearances in all competitions and reached the finals of the Europa League, League Cup and Champions League.

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

Liverpool have confirmed the departure of German worldwide Emre Can, as a move to Serie A champions Juventus looms.

Liverpool have today announced their retained list following the 2017/18 season which sees Emre Can leaving Anfield.

Flanagan is an academy graduate who made his debut in 2011 against Manchester City.


It is believed that as a result of Can's contract dispute at Liverpool he signed a deal with Juventus part-way through last season.

However, injury has since hindered the 25-year-old's progress and he pleaded guilty to assaulting his girlfriend in an incident in December 2017.

Capped once by England in a friendly global, he spent the end of last season on loan to Championship side Bolton Wanderers.

Jon Flanagan has also been released along with youth players Toni Gomes, Paulo Alves, Mich'el Parker, Jordan Williams, Anthony Glennon, Jordan Hunter and Harvey Whyte, while Yan Dhanda has agreed a free transfer to Swansea City.



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