In 2014, he had the world at his feet. He won in a couple of months the two titles every soccer player dreams of winning, the World Cup and the UEFA Champions League. Six years later, at 33 years old, he has watching himself being ignored by his current club and wants an out as soon as possible.
One year after being European champion with Real Madrid, he was transferred to Juventus. His spell was quite good, reaching the Champions League twice (2015 and 2017), losing both. But he stopped being considered by his coaches, and he currently is going through a whole year without stepping on a pitch.
The player is Sami Khedira, and is desperate to find a new club where he can spend the last years of his career. He wants to fight again week after week inside the green rectangle, and is willing to be with the young players and mentor them. Khedira also mentioned he wants to leave Juventus now and not at the end of the season.
The world champion with Germany wants to feel as a player again and talked about the possibility of joining Everton, where is coaching his former manager, Carlo Ancelotti. Khedira said they talk often and Carleto knows his situation, but he would like to end his career at Stuttgart, the club where everything started.