AC Milan midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu has reportedly changed who represents him amid doubts over his future beyond the summer.
The Rossoneri face a dilemma regarding the future of the Turkey international, who is currently under contract at the club until 2021. This means that they must either try and secure a renewal as soon as possible or sell him this summer, unless they are willing to risk losing him for free in just over a year.
Virtually every report from every outlet regarding Calhanoglu has suggested that he is happy at Milan and wishes to stay as long as the club want him, but there has perhaps been a key indication that changes could be afoot.
According to what il Corriere dello Sport are reporting (via MilanLive), the former Bayer Leverkusen star has changed agents and has decided to rely on Gordon Stipic’s ISMG International Sports Management .
The German agency also has clients such Matthias Ginter, Kevin Volland, Sead Kolasinac and other players who play mainly in the Bundesliga.
Calhanoglu has had offers from Germany in the past – including Rangnick’s Leipzig – and requests also came in from Turkey. Stipic is willing to listen to every proposal, including Milan’s eventual one for a contract renewal, the report concludes.