Germany international Emre Can has completed his move from English Premier League side Liverpool to the Italian champions Juventus.
OFFICIAL: Emre Can signs for Juventus! ✍️⚪⚫️
— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) June 21, 2018
The 24 year-old 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup winner joined the Old Lady on a free transfer after running down his contract at Anfield.
With the signing Naby Keita from RB Leipzeg in January the rumours of his exit gathered were confirmed when the 2018 UEFA Champions League runners up announced earlier in June that the midfielder would leave at the end of his contract this summer.
During his time at Anfield the Germany international who was left out of Joachim Low’s 23 man World Cup squad scored 14 goals in 167 appearances.
Can officially becomes a Juventus player on July 1 and will wear the no. 23 jersey for the Italian champions from then on.