AC Milan playmaker Hakan Calhanoglu is attracting interest from two Serie A rivals as an agreement over his renewal appears to be no closer, a report claims.
Milan have allowed Calhanoglu to run down his contract, which is set to expire in June 2021, meaning they need to quickly reach an agreement over a renewal or accept the fact he may strike a deal with another club and leave on a free transfer.
SportMediaset recently reported (via MilanLive) that Milan and Calhanoglu have not yet found an agreement over a renewal and do not seem willing to satisfy the initial requests of €6million net per season – but that the player’s dream is to become a club icon.
According to the latest from the same source (via MilanNews), Milan are offering an increase in salary of €2.5m to €3.5m net per season, but the player’s entourage continue to demand €5m – lower than the €6m they previously reported. Calhanoglu is tempting to several Italian clubs, such as Napoli and Juventus, the broadcaster adds.