TURIN – Great maneuvers at Juventus for what could be the January exchange. The bianconeri have started negotiations with Paris Saint Germain for the exchange of transfers between Leandro Paredes and Emre Can. The French club paid almost 50 million euros to Zenit St. Petersburg to buy the Argentina national team midfielder while Juve hired Emre Can on a free transfer.
We are talking about two international players, of great value, for this reason the two clubs are working on an equal exchange by evaluating the two players' cards on the forty million euros.
Emre Can wants to leave Juve after being excluded from the Champions list, which he seriously risked, to make him lose his place in the National team. Tuchel, who is his compatriot, would be delighted to bring him to the PSG because Emre Can, who has great international experience, can be employed both as a central defender and as a midfielder.
Sarri would also be very happy with this exchange because he broke with Emre Can and would willingly embrace a talented midfielder, more suited to his idea of football, such as the former Romanist Leandro Paredes.
The two players do not earn the same, Emre Can receives a salary of five million euros while Paredes earns one less. This exchange of transfers could materialize in the first days of January.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano