Everton ‘lead the chase to sign unwanted Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira’ as Carlo Ancelotti looks to link up again with the World Cup winner he coached at Real Madrid
- Sami Khedira has not featured once at Juventus under new boss Andrea Pirlo
- The 33-year-old is expected to leave in January and is eyeing a move to England
- Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton could make a move for the Germany World Cup winner
The 33-year-old Khedira is said to favour a move to the Premier League and the publication says he has informed his agent to look for a suitor in England.
Sami Khedira is free to leave Juventus and Carlo Ancelotti could make a move for Everton
The 33-year-old Khedira has not featured for Juventus under Andrea Pirlo’s reign as manager
Khedira has played for Juventus and Real Madrid and won the World Cup with Germany in 2014
Ancelotti, who has worked hard at reshaping Everton’s midfield in his time at Goodison Park, is said to value the experience that we would add to his rebuild. He worked with Khedira during his time at Real Madrid, so knows what the midfielder can bring.
Khedira was a member of Germany’s World Cup winning side in 2014, scoring in their shock 7-1 semi-final win over hosts Brazil but was injured for the final itself.
The 77-cap Germany man has fallen by the wayside in Andrea Pirlo’s ruthless restructuring at Juventus and the CalcioMercato add that Pirlo has told him he is free to leave.
Indeed, Khedira has not featured once for Juventus so far in the 2020-21 campaign and is not expected to between now and the January window opening.
The Italian publication say that he has been training regularly with the Juventus squad and is in good shape but Pirlo does not see him as a part of his plans.
Ancelotti and Khedira worked together during their time at Spanish club Real Madrid
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has worked hard at restructuring the Goodison Park midfield
Should Everton make a move, Ancelotti will have to be patient in building his match sharpness.
Khedira has been at Juventus since 2015 and before that, was at Real.
The Spanish giants signed him from Stuttgart in 2010 after he impressed in Germany’s World Cup campaign in South Africa.