Hakan Calhanoglu faces an uncertain future with AC Milan and could leave the club this summer, according to a report.
The Turkey international has made 24 appearances for the Rossoneri across league and cup so far this season and has established himself as a key part of head coach Stefano Pioli’s plans, both in the 4-4-2 and 4-2-3-1 systems used.
Nonetheless, Calhanoglu’s future at Milan has seemingly never been certain. He was heavily linked with an exit in January, with Leicester, Newcastle, Arsenal and Manchester United all credited with interest.
Earlier this month, Turkish Football reported that the Gunners sent a scout to watch the €20m-rated former Bayer Leverkusen man in action against the Nerazzurri, having been strongly linked with a move for him in January.
According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, Calhanoglu could leave Milan this summer in large part due to his contract situation.
By the time June comes around he will have a year left on his deal, and Milan have no intentions of letting him wind down his deal and leave for free, which could mean they cash in on the midfielder.