10 Oct ‘I am happy’ – Emre Can hits out at lack of match time with Juventus
The German midfielder isn’t content to sit on the seat in Italy after beginning because of his state on Wednesday
Emre Can stated he’s miserable at Serie A champions Juventus because the Germany international battles for sport season in Turin.
May has made three replacement Serie A looks for Juventus after being left out of this club’s Champions League squad this year.
The 25-year old midfielder was a 71st-minute replacement against Inter final week, taking his tally to only 78 league moments in 2019-20 under head coach Maurizio Sarri.
May did manage to fill out the complete game in Germany’s 2-2 friendly draw with Argentina on Wednesday and confessed post-match that his displeasure at not playing regularly for his team.
“I am not happy [at Juventus] right now. I really don’t play much in the present time,” May said.
“Last year I played with a whole lot. Notably in significant games for Juventus. And I also played nicely there.
“I have not had an opportunity this year. However, now I believe, when I return into the club, I’ll get opportunities .
“I’m definitely thankful to Joachim Low. Since I did not play in the club and he encouraged me anyhow. But he gave me the opportunity. That is why I was happy that I played with ”
May and Germany are back in action on Sunday, when they travel to Estonia because of their Euro 2020 qualifier.
After falling on Sarri’s Champions League squad this year, May made no secret of his own anger at missing admitting he was’angry’ and’shocked’ by the choice.
Sarri, however, explained his omission as essential although known Can’s frustrations.
“It was not simple or pleasing to create the decisions that I had to for the Champions League record, but it had been mandatory,” Sarri explained.
“I am sorry since two major players have been left out. Nonetheless, these issues show the strength of the group.
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“It is normal when a participant suffers from a robust and impactful choice that there is a psychological aspect involved.
“We have to give him the chance to let out just how he’s feeling. I am of the ideal age to understand such reactions.”
Following the worldwide break, Juventus are next in action against Bologna since they seem to expand their one-point gap beneath the Serie A ladder.