Liverpool fans may well have seen Emre Can in the famous red shirt for the last time.
That’s after Jurgen Klopp appeared to confirm the German midfielder will miss the rest of the season with injury.
The German international was injured during Liverpool’s Premier League game against Watford back on March 18.
The midfielder left the pitch midway through the first half and was seen clutching his back as he walked down the tunnel.
Can has had his best season so far for Liverpool, making 33 appearances in all competitions.
But Liverpool fans might not get to see the 24-year-old pull on that famous red shirt again.
When asked by Sky Sports Germany if Can is out for the remainder of the season, Klopp simply replied “yes”.
Can is out of contract this summer and is widely expected to join Juventus.
Reports from Italy even claim the Serie A giants have already secured his signature in a lucrative deal.
Klopp is desperate to keep Can on Merseyside as he looks to compete for the Premier League title next season.
But there’s a chance the ace may have played his last game for the Reds after this latest setback.
Can, 24, is yet to give any indication as to where his preference lies, despite failing to commit to new terms at Liverpool.
It’s said that Juve have already offered him a five-year deal worth over £4million-a-year, with Max Allegri ready to make the ace a regular first-teamer.
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