Ex-Liverpool Star Emre Can Hits Out At Maurizio Sarri And Admits He’s Unhappy At Juventus

Emre Can has hit out at Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri for not giving him chance to impress this season, with the German midfielder’s long-term future in Turin in question.

The former Liverpool  midfielder moved to Italy in 2018 on a free transfer.

But he is enduring a nightmare second season at the Allianz Stadium, making just three substitute appearances in Serie A so far.

And the 25 year-old was also left out of the club’s Champions League squad.

Can played the full 90 minutes for Germany in their 2-2 draw with Argentina on Wednesday night.

Speaking post-game, he admitted his unhappiness at his current situation – but insists he is optimistic he can turn things around.

“I’m not happy [at Juventus ] right now. I don’t play much at the moment,” Can said.

“Last season I played a lot. Especially in important games for Juventus. And I also played well there.

“I haven’t had a chance this season.

“But now I think, when I come back to the club, I will get chances again.

“I am definitely grateful to Joachim Low. Because I didn’t play much in the club and he invited me anyway.

“Nevertheless, he gave me the chance. That’s why I was simply happy that I played again.”

Can is back in action for Die Mannschaft on Sunday, when Joachim Low’s side face Estonia in a Euro 2020 qualifier.

Juventus are next in action against Bologna after the international break, seeking to extend a one-point gap at the head of Serie A.

But Can’s long-term future is anything but secure, with him being mooted in numerous reports as a potential makeweight  in a move from Juve for Paul Pogba.

Can has also been linked with a switch to Spain.

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