Sami Khedira reveals plans to quit Juventus for Premier League amid Man Utd and Everton transfer interest

SAMI KHEDIRA wants to quit Italian champions Juventus and has put several Premier League clubs on alert.

Khedira is keen to move to England with Manchester United and Everton interested in signing the midfielder.

Khedira is unhappy at Juventus after falling out of favour under Andrea Pirlo this season.

The 33-year-old World Cup winner with Germany has not featured for Juve this season and is ready to move to England with his contract expiring in the summer.

Khedira told the Athletic: "The Premier League is still missing in my collection, to play there would be the icing on the cake.

"I’ve done extra sessions with fitness coaches to get myself ready for the pace and intensity."

The former Real Madrid midfielder worked under Carlo Ancelotti in Spain and a reunion at Everton could be on the cards.

Khedira said: "We’ve kept in contact over the years. Him and Jose (Mourinho) are both amazing personalities from whom I’ve learned so much, about the game and about myself.

"They’re both at clubs that play an important role in the league. So let’s see what happens."

United have also shown an interest in Khedira and could be ready to make an offer in the transfer window.

The possibility of signing the midfielder on a free transfer could persuade the Red Devils to swoop for him.

But Khedira has been held back by knee and hamstring injuries this year and his age may prevent a Premier League club from offering him a long-term contract.

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