Liverpool midfielder speaks on future amid Juventus speculation

Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has insisted that he is preparing for the new season at Anfield despite the ongoing speculation over his future.


The Germany international is apparently a transfer target for Serie A giants Juventus, who are looking to bolster the heart of their midfield. The Old Lady won their sixth successive Serie A crown last term, but they are still looking to strengthen their squad with as many as six players having arrived in Turin.

Can Gabbiadini Fire Southampton to Success?

Italian striker Manolo Gabbiadini joined Premier League club Southampton in January and immediately made an impact on the South Coast. The forward has had a productive pre-season and is aiming to help fire the Saints into the top six.

The former Napoli man appears to be enjoying life at St Mary's and has been out on the streets helping sell the Big Issue magazine alongside teammates Nathan Redmond and Oriol Romeu. The fans seem to have immediately taken to the big striker and he is hoping to put smiles on the faces of Saints supporters this season.

Gianluigi Donnarumma dismisses Mino Raiola split

AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma took to social media to suggest that he has no split with agent Mino Raiola over the recent controversy.

The 18-year-old snubbed a fresh contract with the Rossoneri earlier this month, and he has since received widespread criticism from the fans, who believe the decision was influenced by the player’s representative.

NAPOLI TO INCREASE BID FOR MORENO

Serie A giant Napoli are expected to return with a better offer for Liverpool’s Alberto Moreno after the Reds rejected their bid last month. Liverpool want the full £15 million they value him but the Partenopei are hoping for some sort of bargain.

After confirming the arrival of Bordeaux winger Adam Ounas, the club want to boost their defensive cover with the embattled defender. Liverpool paid £12 million for Moreno in 2014 so Napoli are hoping to get him for £11 million. The Reds have refused the bid.

Is Kyle Walker the Perfect Alves Replacement?

Despite winning their sixth consecutive Serie A title in 2017, Juventus’ campaign ended in disappointment in Cardiff, as the club failed to win the Champions League - the trophy that has eluded them since 1996 – losing the final to a formidable Real Madrid side 4-1.

Over the course of the season, there were many positives for Massimiliano Allegri’s side on both a domestic and European level. As the Juve won the domestic double and also reached the final in Europe’s biggest competition, despite that particular journey ending in disappointment earlier this month.

Juventus: Set for Champions League Glory Next Season?

Whichever way you look at it, Massimiliano Allegri deserves plenty of credit for the way that he has rebuilt this Juventus side. Critics may claim that his job has been easy and that Italian football has been on the decline but the 49-year-old has moulded Juve into one of Europe’s elite clubs. And best of all, this is only the beginning...

Earlier this month, just days after losing to Real Madrid in the Champions League final, Juve signed Allegri up to a new and improved contract. With an extended deal until 2020, Allegri can continue to shape this Juventus side to push for a first European Cup victory since 1996.

RACISM CLOUD THE CURRENT ITALIAN FOOTBALL SPACE

With Serial Serie A champs Juventus reaching their second final in three years in the continents elite club competition, this should be the best of times for Italian football. But it is not.


After years of dormancy on the continent and living on the past glory of the Milanese sides, Juve seem ready to conquer Europe. They stand a strong chance of lifting the Champions League title against Real Madrid this year.

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