Journalist claims Milan midfielder has snubbed Arsenal, Man Utd and Juventus for €18m deal

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan will lose Hakan Calhanoglu after long negotiations over a renewal but he will snub three other clubs to sign for Inter, a report claims.

According to the latest from Fabrizio Romano and other sources, Calhanoglu is set to cross the city divide and join Inter from Milan. The general consensus is that it will be a three-year deal worth €5m net per season plus €1m in bonuses, which is slightly more than Milan’s offer.

According to the latest from journalist Ekrem Konur, long negotiations between Milan and Hakan Calhanoglu did not yield any agreement as the player has decided to move on and try a new challenge despite the Rossoneri securing a return to the Champions League.

He adds that Arsenal, Manchester United and Juventus were seriously interested in the 27-year-old, but Inter’s offer of an annual salary of €6m net per season and a three-year contract convinced Calhanoglu to join.

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  1. Journalist can claim any crap they want because no one will confirm or deny it. But the truth is, because of his poor performance in recent years and is abysmal display are Euro 2020, the only 2 offers he got, before this one from Inter, were from Milan and Qatar. Other than those, no one wanted him, not a single club. And Inter just panicked, because of Eriksen, but they will regret this laps of judgement greatly.

    1. I agree completely!! Who cares what Ekrem Konur says, a Turkish journalist who tries to clear Calhanoglus name. The only reason he got an offer was because what happened to Christian Eriksen…..

  2. Lol, the best clubs in the world want Hakan and Milan is stupid enough to disrespect him for some petty change. Good luck in the Europa League without Hakan. Milan already was a mediocre team with Hakan. But now without him they are just plain shit.

    1. Yeah because Hakan did so well in lifting the Turkey National Team in the Euros 🙂 Hahahah And if the best teams in the world wanted him why didn’t he get any offers? why did it take for Christian Eriksen so suffer a cardiac arrest before a team like Inter realized that they could use Hakan as a cover?

      Duuuuude you are just a troll that needs mommys teet

      1. 98 – Hakan #Calhanoglu is the player with the most chances created (98) in the Top-5 European Leagues in 2020/21.

        1. That’s ONLY because he was giving 99% of Milan’s corner kicks and they are counted in those statistics. Misleading. Calhanoglu is the most overrated Turk ever.

    2. Keep believing that ‘all top clubs want Hakan’ yet no one apart from Inter gave him an offer. Keep your delusion dude. He is a good player – some moments of magic here and there – but Bang average in most. He is free, his agent won’t asked for 20 mill signing fee (mind Raiola) -if everyone interested then he won’t only got one offer from Inter.

  3. Milan fans must come out and boycott the Milan presidency because if Milan continues like this, they will not have a single big player. Everyone will go for the money and that is normal. But Paolo Scaroni Gazditis, Maldini and Massara have to resign or join the fans and ask the ELIOT Foundation to sell Milan to someone to stop the money from entering the players if we want to save the stars and the name of the club. Thus Milan is just an ordinary club like Crotone and Specia

    1. Claiming that they’re all going for the money is shortsighted and very biased.

      They are all leaving for the chance to win trophies, for better reputation, better project. I’m pretty sure for most of them money is important but not the deciding factor. If they go to Qatar at the height of their career, then your point may be more valid.

      Inter have won the league quite a bit ahead of everyone. Juve will and always challenge. Staying in Milan is quite a distance behind.

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