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Borussia Dortmund could rival Manchester United and Everton for Emre Can

According to a report from Tuttosport, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United and Everton are all interested in signing Juventus’ outcast, Emre Can, in the ongoing January transfer window.

What’s the word, then?

It’s looking to be quite a hectic final days of the window for the Bianconeri who are looking to cash in on their 26-year-old German international and there doesn’t seem to be a lack of interest either.

Tuttosport state that all three of Dortmund, Man United and Everton are interested in a loan deal for the midfielder but ideally, Juventus would like to make some profit and value the player at somewhere between €30m (£25.3m) and €40m (£33.7m).

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The same report goes on to say that Can has been used sparsely throughout the campaign and he believes his situation is unlikely to change in the remainder of the season.

Even though they want money, Juventus are not completely against a loan deal because, as Tuttosport note, keeping an unhappy player at the squad is bad for business.


Can he has only tallied 279 minutes throughout the 2019/20 season, across eight games in all competitions for the Bianconeri.

Quite clearly, German isn’t in Maurizio Sarri’s plans and a move to Borussia Dortmund could be an ideal chance for him to revive his career.

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The Millionaires are in the upper part of the table – currently sitting in fourth, seven points off the top – and doing quite well for themselves in the Bundesliga.

More importantly, Lucien Favre doesn’t have many midfielders in his squad, especially with Thomas Delaney out injured, and could use Can to add depth, which could be crucial for the remainder of the season and their hopes of a top-four finish.

Tie in the fact Tuttosport mentions Can’s desires to play for Germany at the Euros and this seems like a win-win scenario for all parties involved. Where else to prove you should be part of Die Mannschaft’s squad than the Bundesliga?

In other news, Manchester United would love to make a big offer for an in-form star of Ligue 1

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