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After a lacklustre season, AC Milan have put Nikola Kalinic on the market, looking to get back what they invested in the Croatian last summer. 

The striker doesn’t lack offers, as there are teams from Russia and Germany interested in his services, according to TMW. 

Eintracht Frankfurt, Schalke and Bayer Leverkusen are monitoring Kalinic who, however, will make a decision after the World Cup. The Rossoneri will most likely be looking to get around €25m for the target man, given that they paid roughly that to Fiorentina just one year ago. 

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