Everton front runners for Manchester United target Sami Khedira?


Sami Khedira is all set to move from Juventus for a new spell in his career. Juventus are also keen to part ways with the player who only has six months left in the contract. Everton has joined fellow Premier League club Manchester United to sign Khedira as a free agent next summer.

The 33-year-old German midfielder has not played this season with Juventus till today. Khedira has been training hard in the ground to keep his body fit in the long run as the Old Lady has shut the doors on him to their oversized squad.

The current Juventus player has outstanding achievements to look back to in his career, winning Bundesliga with Stuttgart, La Liga with Real Madrid, five Serie A titles with Juventus, picking up the World Cup with Germany in 2014.

Though It may seem he has passed his peak time, the player has recently recalled his dream to play in the English Premier League.

Everton front runners for Sami Khedira?

Sami Khedira was a target for Arsenal and Manchester United in past, but talks never emerged due to the player’s desire to stay with Juventus.

Now former Real Madrid man has fallen out with new manager Andrea Pirlo in Turin. Khedira is unlikely to sign a new contract at Juventus and is expected to leave in the January transfer window or as a free agent in July 2021.

Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti brought three key midfielders James Rodriguez, Allan, and Doucoure at Goodison Park in the summer transfer window. All new signings impressed in early matches this season but now they are struggling to perform.

Khedira has passed his best now but still can be great signing for Merseyside club for two years.

Khedira has shown interest to play with Manager Jose Mourinho or Carlo Ancellotti. He has stated them as the ones who have impressed him the most. During his time at Real Madrid, Sami has played with both coaches and is probably looking to finish his career under them.

 ‘I am really happy and satisfied with my career until now but one thing is still missing because I always had this dream and it has never come true… to be a part of the Premier League.

“Ancelotti is doing a great job at the moment and is a great personality. He is one of the coaches who impressed me as well.”

– Sami Khedira on his dream

Ancellotti as a reply has spoken to Sami Khedira as a fantastic professional and one of the players he would love to work with. If Everton hits a move for the German, less effort would be needed to put the pen to paper.

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