Photo: Calhanoglu taunts Milan with Instagram post after signing for Inter

By Isak Möller -

Hakan Calhanoglu has officially joined Inter after failing to reach an agreement with Milan on the contract renewal. And so, after four years at the club, he has turned his back on the fans by joining the city rivals. 

Certainly, it will be interesting to see the reactions during the first derby of next season, which is bound to get a bit heated. On the other hand, Milan chose not to improve their renewal offer for a reason, as seen during the Euros.

On his Instagram, Calhanoglu published a photo of him painting the city of Milan with the Inter colours, sending a message to his former club straight away. Even more proof that he has trivialised this move.

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16 Comments

  1. qwerty says:

    Meh, this guy does not even deserve the boo’s. Glad he is finally out.

  2. Ahmed Mohammed says:

    He will regret it

  3. Kourosh says:

    4m a year offer was already too much for him. I hope he enjoys that 1m more, he lusted so hard after it.

  4. Anthony Rosati says:

    Time for M&M to go sign players to destroy Inter and fully challenge for the Scudetto.

    In – Tonali, Tomori, Diaz, Vhalovic, Berardi, Pessina, Koopenmeirs, Mykelenko (loan), Milenkovic, and Dalot (loan).

    Out – Calhanoglu, Donnarumma, Romagnoli, Castilejo, Leao (loan with option), Caldara, Conti, Laxalt, and Columbo.

    1. Juro says:

      With what Money are we going to sign all these players lol. Would be amazing but it is NOT going to happen unfortunately. It’s time we all be realistic. Vlahovic? He’s 60M. Berardi is 40M. Milenkovic is 30M. We aren’t spending this kind of money which is a fkn shame…So sad and disappointing…

  5. Tshabalala says:

    Ok, can you stop now with news about him, he is Inter player now and every story stop there.

  6. Sam says:

    He never convinced anyone to deserve wearinfgnumber10. Should be – 10

  7. Sam says:

    He never convinced anyone to deserve wearing number10. Should be – 10

  8. USC says:

    Wow, that Photoshop work is really poor. Terrible blending.

  9. Rimp says:

    No class – when Figo left Barca for Real he did it humbly and with class. Hakan is just a typical Turk, no class.

    1. qwerty says:

      Umm, no. There was 0 class in how Figo left Barcelona. What he did, is to sign a pre-contract deal with Perez & then lied in public (basically to Barcelona fans) that he did not do it.

      Anyhow, this guy is not anywhere near like Figo & nobody gives a shit about him.

  10. Sammour says:

    Milan Dan’s will thank him for crossing over and weaken inter 🙂 just like Perlo sinked Juventus boat …. undercover agent lol

  11. Juro says:

    I’m not sad to see Hakan go BUT we should have resigned him and then sold him. It would have cost us another 2M net to keep him for a year. We could have sold him in summer and made a transfer fee. Now we have to replace him with a handsome transfer fee and sign the new player. We don’t have the $$ to do it apparently. This is horrible business. Same shit with Donnaruma. Should have signed him to 10-12M on 5 yr deal then transfer him to get fee. It would only have We cannot keep on conductIng business this way it’s business suicide.

    1. Bunga2 says:

      The thing is who would buy him? Even on a free, no teams were offering Hakan or Gigio at the wages that they demanded. Not to mention if they have price tags attached..

      Let’s say we extended their contracts and these two flopped, we would then left with a huge wage bill with no way to get rid off.

  12. Gary says:

    Bye Felicia! So overrated. He disappears on the field all the time. What did he do at the Euros? Zero.

  13. Aaditya Verma says:

    I’M sorry to all turkish fans and football fans but turkey were the darkhorses of this years euros, hakan made them darkshit instead. i feel sorry for turkey.

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