Juventus have held talks with the entourage of Hakan Calhanoglu over a summer move but any serious pursuit is dependant on a sale, according to a report.
Sky Italia journalist Manuele Baiocchini reported on Twitter earlier today that there is a €1m distance between Milan’s offer to Calhanoglu and the demand of his agent of Gordon Stipic, with the interest of Juventus ‘growing stronger’.
According to Calciomercato.it, the Bianconeri have had talks with the entourage of the Turkey international, who they have admired for some time. The Old Lady has already made it known that they could only complete the operation in the event that they manage to either Aaron Ramsey or Adrien Rabiot.
Calhanoglu meanwhile continues to put Milan at the top of his priorities and the desire to continue together is mutual, so the intention is to try to reduce the gap between the parties (€3.5m per year offer, €4.5m demand) and agree on the contract extension.