Emre Can to decide on Liverpool future at end of season


The German global impressed in Tuesday's 0-0 draw with Porto in the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie at Anfield as Liverpool advanced with a 5-0 aggregate win.

Liverpool have reached the quarter-finals for the first time since 2009 and their manager Klopp believes the five-time European champions are back where they belong. 'It feels good to be honest, feels really good.

"I want to be part of it and am I happy to be part of the squad but that is a long away ahead", he added.

He said: "Last eight is cool". (But) we're not a little bit satisfied to be honest.

'Yes, we'd like a draw against an English club, ' said the striker.

At the home venue of Porto, Liverpool got dominating victory and so, they moved one step closer to the last eight in UCL.

"If you are in the draw [at this stage] then you cannot be afraid of anyone".

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"I think the game will end in a 2-2 draw because both teams' defences will be nervous and I can see mistakes happening".

"Of course I have to think about my footballing future", Can said. They are all good teams [left in the draw], but I don't think it matters to us.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - MAY 21: Emre Can of Liverpool during the Premier League match between Liverpool and Middlesbrough at Anfield on May 21, 2017 in Liverpool, England. At the venue of FC Porto, Liverpool got a big victory over them where Sadio Mane scored an fantastic hat trick. However, the job is not all done as bitter rivals Manchester United, or Premier League leaders City can draw them in the quarterfinals.

Substitute Danny Ings then forced a fine save out of Porto's veteran Spanish keeper Iker Casillas with a looping header in the final stages.

"This is the game in the season that you look forward to the most and dread all at the same time". The keeper was given an impressive round of applause from Liverpool's fans as he took his place in front of the Kop for the second half.