Borussia Dortmund have signed Germany international Emre Can from Juventus on an initial loan transfer, both clubs confirmed on Friday.
The 26-year-old will spend the rest of the 2019-2020 campaign with the Bundesliga giants but will become a permanent Dortmund player in the summer.
Can, who is of Turkish origin, has taken a significant pay cut to facilitate the transfer — he will earn €8.5 million in wages while in Dortmund compared to his €14 million salary at Juventus.
In addition to the €1 million loan fee, reports suggest Borussia Dortmund will pay Juventus €25 million for the midfielder’s permanent transfer in the summer.
Despite his technical abilities, Can was not a regular started for Juventus this season, making 8 appearances — almost all of of which were as a substitute.
The Germany international was also not a part of the Italian football club’s Champions League squad and thus did not feature in any of their Champions League matches.
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