Emre Can is open to making a change of club in the winter if he is not playing regularly.
Can was signed by Juventus on a free transfer from Liverpool only 18 months ago.
While he was a prominent fixture in the side last season for Massimiliano Allegri, Maurizio Sarri does not see the German international as part of his plans.
He has only featured four times so far this season in a bit part capacity. Whereas last year he played 37 times.
However, Can is now seriously considering his future in Turin, speaking to Corriere Dello Sport he will make a decision soon if there are no changes.
“I’m still a Juventus player.”
“Obviously I’m not satisfied with my situation, but I’m keeping my foot on the accelerator and I give 100 percent in every training session.”
“I’m trying to change my situation, no player is happy when they don’t play.”
“That’s my situation in Turin right now and I’ll have to think about what makes the most sense to me over the winter.”
Any transfer would be money in the bank for Juve as they paid nothing, but his wage demands may be stumbling block.
He has been linked with the likes of Manchester United.
His Premier League experience with Liverpool will be seen as a plus by Ole Gunnar Solskajer, who would prefer a player who can hit the ground running.
While no price has been quoted, it is expected to be a cut-price deal to simply get him off the books.