Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has spoken about his future.
The Germany international has told the Echo that he has not made a decision on where he will play next season yet and could still remain at Anfield.
“Why do you ask me this? Really, I concentrate on this season and let my agent handle all the rest.” he responded to the question.
“It is not about money, that’s all I can say.
“Yes I could (join another club), but tomorrow I could also sign for Liverpool. We’ll see.” he finished.
Liverpool supporters have been hearing conflicting reports and claims about what the delay is over a contract extension for the former Bayer Leverkusen player.
There have been some sources saying that Can wants a release clause inserted into any new deal so that he could make an escape from the club down the line if things don’t go to plan.
Others have said that the ex-Bayern Munich midfielder is seeking parity with the highest earners in the squad at Anfield – something his comment above refutes.
Can is about to enter the final six months of his contract and will be able to agree terms on a move to a foreign club in the new year – with Italian champions Juventus set to offer him a move to Serie A.
Premier League rivals Manchester City and Manchester United have also been linked with bids to take him away from Liverpool too.