Ordine questions Calhanoglu: “These are the matches that show who is a champion and who is not”

By Oliver Fisher -

Journalist Franco Ordine has claimed that Hakan Calhanoglu isn’t worth the contract he is demanding, and that a top four finish now seems unlikely.

After having scored 12 goals in the three games leading up to last night’s fixture against an already safe Cagliari side, Milan knew they simply needed to win to secure a return to the Champions League, but they failed to even do that.

It was a slow and lethargic performance from Milan as they did not manage to break down an away side that seemed to be very happy to sit and contain, and they have now left themselves with it all to do on Sunday against Atalanta knowing only a victory guarantees a top four finish.

Speaking on Pressing, Ordine spoke about the Rossoneri after the 0-0 against Cagliari and it seems that even his spirit has now evaporated, with his comments transcribed by MilanNews.

“Let’s face it, now I see Milan in fifth place. These are the matches that show who is a champion and who is not. Calhanoglu, for example, he asks for 5 million but is he worth it?”

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3 Comments

  1. Cesar says:

    Hakan Calhanoglu is worth a lot more than all the players in Milan, you sir who are writing this are obviously not a fan of Milan so that is why you are writing this. Kesie wants 5 mil. but he is not worth 2.5mil. It’s not a problem in Hakan Calhanoglu, the problem is in you who don’t see the real problem in Milan and that is Pioli who is an amateur in football, I repeat everything that AC did. Milan this season was exclusively because of the players who are in the first half of the season played 100% and had a vision to achieve the goal.However, a large number of players who exploded in became conceited and considered themselves untouchable, which is why Pioli is to blame.When we look at last night’s match we will see how slow Kesie is with passing the ball, we could see how Teo Hernandez sets the field and doesn’t play football, Rebic was absent lost on the field, Salamnkers bothered his teammates more than he knew where he was running, Calabria went back to his old way of playing, he didn’t know who to send the ball to. Hakan Calhanoglu was the only one trying last night to try to change something, whenever he tried to hire his player everyone stood as if buried they didn’t move they were uninterested, I thought the players were on strike last night against the coach or the game deliberately not to go to the Champions League

    1. Yemson says:

      @cesar..
      Not sure you are talking about the same match we all watched.. Hakan was terrible losing possession with alot of bad decision making through out the game..
      Kessie has been outstanding for milan this season.
      Sure,he deserve more money..

  2. yov says:

    obviously hakan not a 5 mil player.. u are nil about football management..

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