Thomas Delaney is just got rid of a competitor now is a new one on the way.
According to the Gazzetta dello Sport's journalist Nicolò Schira is Dortmund in talks with Juventus about the German midfielder Emre Can.
#BorussiaDortmund are in talks for #EmreCan. #Juventus want €25-30M to sell him. #transfers #BVB https://t.co/smIbI728Ac— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) January 22, 2020
the 26-year-old Can has not played much for the Italian champions this season, and he fears that the lack of playing time could cost him square on the national coach Joachim Löws EM-hold.
Therefore, search Can away from the Turin club, and Dortmund would be keen to make him their.
the Bundesliga club have, in this transfervindue sent Julian Weigl for the Portuguese Benfica. It was good news for Delaney, but now he will possibly soon a second, as he must compete with in the central midfield.
Emre Can is unhappy with the lack of playing time in Juventus and therefore will away. Photo: Ciro De Luca / Ritzau Scanpix
There have in recent months been lots of speculation about the Cans future and earlier in the week wrote La Gazzetta dello Sport, Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti would be interested to download the Can back to the Premier League.
The German international has previously played for Liverpool. It was here, to Juventus in the summer of 2018 picked him up on a free transfer.
According to the Gazzetta dello Sports Nicolò Schira requires Juventus between 185 and 225 million. kr. for Emre Can. Dortmund got themselves 150 million. kr., when they sent Weigl to Benfica.
the 28-year-old Thomas Delaney has worn out with playing time this season and only played six matches in the Bundesliga. It is, however, not only the competitive situation in Dortmund.
Delaney was ankelskadet, when Denmark met Ireland in a european championship qualifier back in november, and he has not played since.
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