Liverpool hoping to seal £10m deal for Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Emre Can
- Emre Can joined Bayer Leverkusen from Bayern Munich last summer
- Brendan Rodgers has shown lots of faith in young players at Anfield
- Germany U21 star Can is powerful and good on the ball
- Liverpool hope to complete a £10million transfer for the midfielder
Liverpool are after a £10million deal for Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Emre Can.
The 20-year-old has been on their radar for two years after impressing scouts at a tournament in Mexico.
Germany U21 star Can is a powerful, left-footed player who is good on the ball.
Done deal: Liverpool have confirmed the signing of Bayer Leverkusen's Emre Can
He can also play in defensive positions. He joined Leverkusen from Bayern Munich last summer, and the Bundesliga winners have a first-option buy-back clause that could yet scupper any talks.
Liverpool have watched Leverkusen several times this season, with 18-year-old Julian Brandt also impressing.
Sign him up: 18-year-old Julian Brandt (left) has also impressed the Liverpool scouts
In charge: Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has made no secret of his desire to improve his squad
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