"Of course, I have to think about my footballing future", he said.
He arrived at Anfield for £9.75 million in 2014 when Liverpool activated a release clause in his Bayer Leverkusen contract, and has played over 150 games for the club in the past four seasons. He has gone on to cement his place in the starting XI and has become an integral member of the Reds squad.
This season is proving to be another successful one for Can. He has netted three goals including two in his last five league games for the Reds. However, he can still be careless with his challenges as he has already received eight yellow cards in the Premier League and is two bookings away from a two-match suspension.
Can's Liverpool contract expires in June and it's believed that Juventus have a long-term contract offer on the table worth £4.5m-a-year, approximately £85,000-a-week plus bonuses, an offer that Can is holding off agreeing to for the time being.
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Liverpool are currently fighting to secure Champions League football for the second successive season and they will certainly need all their players focused 100%.
With Juventus appearing to be near certain to sign him, Spanish giants Real Madrid have emerged as the latest team to be interested in his services, and Spanish media outlet Don Balon have claimed that Can is extremely keen on a potential move to the Bernabeu.