Hakan Calhanoglu will return to the field this weekend, but there is a lot of attention too on matters away from the pitch concerning the playmaker.
Calhanoglu could well retake a spot in the starting XI for the first time in a few games as he has recovered from Coronavirus, but as Calciomercato.com notes there is also an increasing amount of attention being paid to his contract situation.
There are fundamental – perhaps even decisive – days ahead regarding Calhanoglu’s future because the Turkey international is technically free to sign a pre-contract with another club ahead of next season, a scenario that Milan must absolutely avoid.
With that in mind, contacts with the entourage of the former Bayer Leverkusen star are continuous and the Rossoneri are in search of a definitive agreement that is not that far off. Milan have offered €4million net per season while the request is €5m.
There is an agreement on the duration which should be three years and bonuses could be fundamental to bridge the gap, such as appearances.