Emre Can is waiting for Borussia Dortmund to increase their offer, but if they don’t match the €30m asking price, Juventus will keep the midfielder.
According to Sky Sport Italia and Calciomercato.com, the negotiations continue for the German international.
Kicker maintain a deal is done to take him on loan with obligation to buy at the end of the season for €23m, but that seems too low.
Time is running out, as the transfer deadline is on Friday evening.
They will only part company with Can for €30m, whereas the latest offer is €22m including performance-related bonuses.
It’s a big gap to resolve in such a short space of time, not to mention a medical.
Dortmund have reportedly already agreed personal terms with the former Liverpool player, a four-year contract worth €10m gross per season.
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