GdS: Calhanoglu wants to renew but talks are on pause as Milan eye €30m replacement

By Oliver Fisher -

Hakan Calhanoglu has decided that he wants to stay at AC Milan but talks over his renewal are on hold as the management eye a potential replacement.

According to today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews), Calhanoglu is very happy in Milan and for this reason he has long since decided that he wants to stay with the Rossoneri and renew his contract which expires on June 30.

Despite this, the paper reports that for for now his renewal is on standby, and the Rossoneri management are looking around in the event that they have to replace the 27-year-old. In the last few hours the name of Nikala Vlasic has emerged, a Croatian international who is currently at CSKA Moscow.

Vlasic is having an impressive season for the Russian club with 11 goals and 6 assists in 27 games across all competitions so far for the Moscow club, with his value rising to €30m as per Transfermarkt.

Tags AC Milan Hakan Calhanoglu Nikola Vlasic

6 Comments

  1. qwerty says:

    Without a doubt Vlasic all the way!

    1. Michel Daniel says:

      Well i do have my doubts… Letting Calhanoglu go for free and spend 30m on Vlasic sounds like poor business.
      And Calhanoglu in form is an excellent player.

      1. rivera says:

        Nikala Vlasic maybe the answer Milan need for CL
        Calhanoglu is too expensive and not worth the wages he and Raiola ask for
        AC have to move forward and Raiola can not hold us to ransom

  2. Theo says:

    Superb player!!! Doubt that the management is willing to spend any money…

  3. Bright says:

    11 goals and 6 six assists in 27 games in all competitions?
    Not impressed!!
    Hakan is beginning to sweat the Rossoneri blood.. would count on him..
    Than bringing in new experiments, we need continuity..

  4. Jj says:

    Why that amount on a player when you can get as good stat-wise in Calha for free? The size of the transfer fee alone doesn’t make sense considering you have the same type of player in your squad. Plus Russian league is vastly different to serie a

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