He had his ups and downs his first two seasons at Anfield, but all in all he’s shown he’s a player the Reds can count on for years to come, so it’s no wonder why they’re already trying to sign a new deal with him.
Now, after a bicycle kick everyone wants him to stay
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said about Emre Can in a humourous mood, referring to the spectacular goal the Germany international scored against Watford.
It’s no secret how much I like Emre. He likes the club. We’re in talks. There is no pressure. All is good
the German manager told reporters ahead of Liverpool’s game against Southampton on Sunday.
I am quite positive. Keeping good players makes sense and Emre is a good player
Klopp added, before joking again, saying
the biggest improvement has been with his bicycle kicks.
On a more serious note, Liverpool’s boss credited the lack of injuries lately with allowing Can to start showing more of what he can really do.
He’s able to train without issues now and that helps the situation
were Klopp’s words. Can’s current deal with Liverpool expires in June 2018.