Published: Thu, March 22, 2018
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Liverpool's Emre Can hopes to join 'very big club' this summer

Liverpool's Emre Can hopes to join 'very big club' this summer

He plays for Liverpool and whilst he's fully entitled to speak to other clubs, it just seems a little dirty to flirt so openly with so many potential options.

The same story says that Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and FC Barcelona are all interested in signing the 25-year-old Egypt worldwide following his stunning form in the Premier League.

The 24-year-old has made 115 Premier League appearances, scoring 10 goals, since joining The Reds from Leverkusen roughly four years ago.

This is apparently because club directors decided they do not want to do business with Liverpool again due to regret over selling Mo Salah to them last summer.

He is already just about the most famous man in Egypt, a huge superstar on the African continent and that makes him a prized asset as clubs look to raise their profile and popularity all over the world.

"All you can hope is that Salah has a different mentality to the players who left Anfield in years gone by, yet you wonder whether anyone in that Liverpool squad has big loyalty to a club that they have no emotional connection with".

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Throw in the fact that he scores goals for fun, doesn't get injured often and is getting better with each passing week and you have a recipe that Real Madrid will struggle to resist.

Former English footballer and Sky Sports pundit Tony Cottee suggested two signings which according to him can help Liverpool challenge for the title next season.

With his contract set to expire in the summer, Emre Can's departure from Liverpool has all but been confirmed, with the German midfielder linked with the likes of Manchester City, Juventus Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.

Ian Wright believes it will be hard for Mohamed Salah to turn down Real Madrid as he continues to star for Liverpool.

Liverpool have no intention of selling Mohamed Salah this summer and will robustly turn away any unwanted interest in their talisman.

With Real Madrid talisman Ronaldo having just one more goal in all competitions with 37 and Messi now boasting 35 goals in all competitions, Salah is producing similar figures to the two players who have dominated the sport for the last decade.

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