Sami Khedira is set to leave Juventus this summer following a five-year spell with Juventus. He could be
on his way to the Premier League with West Ham leading the race.
Khedira joined Juve from Real Madrid in 2015 and has subsequently gone on to make 144 appearances in
all competitions, winning four Serie A titles and three Coppa Italia trophies along the way.

However, due to a knee operation, the 33-year-old's game time has been limited this season, with Khedira
making just 17 appearances – only one of which saw him last the full 90 minutes.
According to Calciomercato, they reported that this will be Khedira's last season at Juventus, with the
German set to leave the club in spite of having another year left on his contract which expires in June
The German has been linked with a move away from Turin for several seasons now as ​Juventus
continually sign midfielder after midfielder, most recently bringing in Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey
on free transfers last summer from Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal respectively.
While his days with the Old Lady appear numbered, Khedira is still attracting interest from a number of
European clubs, with ​West Ham currently considered favourites to sign the veteran midfielder.
West Ham have been trying to bolster their midfield for some time now and recently brought in Tomas
Soucek on loan from Slavia Prague in January. David Moyes' side could also need extra legs in the middle
of the park should coveted young midfielder Declan Rice leave the club in the summer.
West Ham are not the only club that have shown interest in the player. Arsenal and Everton have also
made their intention known. The Gunners are unlikely to make a move for the player at the end of the
season, but if Khedira becomes a free agent next season, Arsenal will make an approach.


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