Can set to announce his exit from Liverpool next season

Can set to announce his exit from Liverpool next season

- Emre Can has reportedly agreed to to join Juventus next season

- The German midfielder's contract at Anfield will expire this term

- Liverpool will play Roma in the Champions League semi final second leg

Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has reportedly agreed to join Serie A side Juventus in the summer, La Gazzetta reports.

The German international's contract at Anfield expires at the end of the season and the club has given him the go ahead to speak with suitors since the January window opened.

However Liverpool have been hopeful the German will sign a new deal at Anfield before the end of the season.

But Italian news outlet La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed Can has decided to leave to join Serie A defending champions on a five-year deal and will reportedly earn £6m (£5.3) per season.

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Another Italian media Tuttosport reported Can plans to announce his move to Turin after the Champions League final in May.

The Reds looked destined to reach the final in Kiev following a 5-2 aggregate lead over Roma as they head into the semi-final second leg match at the Stadio Olympico.

Liverpool payed £10m for the 24-year-old back in 2014 and has missed the Reds’ last three Champions League games owing to a back problem.

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However Jurgen Klopp has refused to rule the midfielder out of Liverpool's crucial second leg fixture at Stadio Olympico on Wednesday.

“Emre is a little bit further away [than midfielder Adam Lallana]. His rehab is improving a lot.

"It is much better, but it is quite close to the end of the season.

"I haven’t closed any doors on both of them. There is still a possibility.”

The Anfield giants were held to a goaless draw to visiting Stoke City as star striker Mohammed Salah failed to score in the match.

With two games left to play the Egyptian is set to become to the highest goal scorer in Premier League's history if he scores one more goal.

Liverpool are poised for another Champions League action next season as they are currently placed third in the league and are likely to finish in top four.

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