Emre Can (Frankfurt am Main12 January 1994) is a German footballer with Turkish roots. He currently plays as a defensive midfielder for Bayer 04 Leverkusen.


[hide]*1 Club career

Club Career[Edit]Edit

Emre Can made his debut for Bayern Munich on 12 August 2012 won 2-1 in the DFL-Supercup match against Borussia Dortmund. He was allowed to start the match in the 70th minute and was only replaced by Holger Badstuber. After this he worked In the summer of 2013 Munich for Leverkusen. He signs a contract for four years with Bayer 04 Leverkusen. [1Bayern Munich has the ability to Emre Can each year for a certain amount to buy back.

Career Statistics[Edit]Edit

Emre Can was captain of the German national team-17 that third was on the WORLD CUP-17 in Mexico in 2011. Germany won 6 of his 7 games. In the semifinal against Mexico began Can a solo by at the midline. He passed three Mexican defenders and did the nets vibrate. Despite that goal Germany lost with 2-3 and they were out of the tournament. His former coach at Germany-17,Steffen Freund, gave him the nickname "Skipper".

Emre Can also has a Turkish passport and can therefore also for Turkey .


Season Club Country Competition Wed. Goals
2011/12 FC Bayern Munich [1]


Bundesliga 0 0
FC Bayern Munich II [2]


Regionalliga Südwest 17 1
2012/13 FC Bayern Munich [3]


Bundesliga 4 1
FC Bayern Munich II [4]


Regionalliga Bayern 14 2
2013/14 Bayer 04 Leverkusen [5]


Bundesliga 18 1
Total 53 5
Updated to 4 March 2014


With FC Bayern Munich [6][Edit]Edit

Competition Number Of Years
Dutch Champion Germany 1 x 2012/13
DFL-Supercup 1 x 2012
UEFA Champions League 1 x 2012/13
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