Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has given an update on the future of midfielder Emre Can as the club risk losing him for free in the summer.
The German is yet to sign a new contract at the Anfield side and is showing no signs of doing so at this moment in time.
That leaves the club and the player with a big decision to make at the end of this season.
Juventus, Manchester United and a whole host of clubs are looking to sign the player on a free transfer.
Now, Jurgen Klopp has revealed that nothing is decided over Can’s future yet.
“What is the situation at the moment? Open. Nothing is decided,” explained Klopp.
“We are in talks with him and it is all good so far apart from he hasn’t yet signed a contract for us. That is all, there is no problem with that.”
Though, while Emre Can’s contract is a problem at Liverpool, there are more immediate worries.
That is because the Reds will face off against Crystal Palace this weekend and they are known for some incredible games in the past.
Safe to say, Klopp isn’t going to go anything less than
“We’ll play Palace with all we have. All our intensity, concentration. For a manager of Liverpool, the whole season is about at least qualification for the Champions League.
“One [game] is about qualification for next year and one is about this year. They have the same importance. There is no difference for us.”
Klopp asked if Emre Can asked for £200k a week deal.
“It was £250k!”
— Chris Bascombe (@_ChrisBascombe) March 30, 2018