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JUVENTUS, Emre CAN again: "I'm not happy, this needs to be worked out. Dortmund? Never say never"

27.11.2019 16.38 by Claudio Colla  read 434
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Asked by Sport Bild about his own future, and addressed with rumours linking him to a Borussia Dortmund move, German international half-back and Juventus outcast Emre Can (25) stated: "Joining Dortmund? You can never say never, in football. I'm not happy with how things are going in Turin, something's got to change. Either in Turin, or elsewhere, things need to be worked out somehow". Former Liverpool player is still tracked by PSG, Manchester United, and Real Betis, as well as by Bayern Munich on a move back.

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