​Out of favour ​Juventus midfielder, Emre Can has reportedly told German club, ​Borussia Dortmund that he is interested in joining them, with the club still negotiating with the Bianconeri over the transfer fee.

As per ​Football Italia, the German international has given his consent to move back to his homeland but that Juventus are holding out for a fee 25million for the star, while Dortmund have so far offered 20m.

The 26-year-old who moved to Turin from Liverpool in 2018 on a free transfer has a contract with the club till June 2022, but is said to be keen for a move after struggling for gametime especially this season under manager, Maurizio Sarri as he has made just 8 appearances in all competitions so far this campaign.

Can has also been linked with a move to ​Manchester United​Everton​AC Milan and ​Tottenham Hotspur in recent weeks, but Dortmund have moved right up in the queue and are keen to get him on board.

Highly thought of during his time in England, his star has fallen in recent times and a move away would definitely do him a world of good especially considering that the Euro 2020 Championships takes place later this year and that he would want to ensure that he remains in German national manager, Joachim Low's plans for the tournament.