Juventus midfielder Emre Can is demanding a meeting with the club over his future, as he’s fearful of missing out on Euro 2020, according to La Gazzetta dello sport.
The Germany international has barely played for the Bianconeri this season, and wasn’t even called upon for the Coppa Italia tie against Udinese.
La Gazzetta now claims that the midfielder is worried about losing his place in the German national side, and has reportedly talked to coach Joachim Low about his situation ahead of Euro 2020.
The Milan daily claims that Can is demanding a meeting with the Juve hierarchy in a bid to resolve his future, and to seek a move away if his playing time will continue to be curtailed.
Can has only made 8 Serie A appearances so far, with only two coming from the start.
Juventus signed the player from Liverpool on a free transfer in the summer of 2018, although it was later revealed that Juve forked out over €16m in commission fees.
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