Tuttosport: Agent offers Milan star to Inter and Man Utd after requesting salary almost tripling

By Oliver Fisher -

The agent of Hakan Calhanoglu – Gordon Stipic – has offered his client to two clubs as there is still a big distance with AC Milan over a renewal.

According to Tuttosport (via MilanLive), the negotiation for a new deal is proceeding slowly because there is a big gap between what the Rossoneri management have offered and the request of Calhanoglu’s camp.

Milan have offered €3.5million net per season plus bonuses that would allow the player to reach €4m, but Stipic has asked for a salary of €7m per season, an amount considered excessive.

The Rossoneri will only give that level of salary to a player like Zlatan Ibrahimovic and will probably also give a similar sum to Gianluigi Donnarumma, but a smaller sum is expected for Calhanoglu. Currently, the former Bayer Leverkusen earns €2.5million net per season, so a huge pay rise – especially in these challenging times – seems unreasonable.

Stipic believes Hakan is worth that kind of salary, given his post-lockdown performance, and also believes the player can easily find another team. He has already offered him to other clubs, such as Inter and Manchester United for example.

A free transfer would allow the agent to collect a good commission, but for now talks with Milan continue.

Tags AC Milan Hakan Calhanoglu

3 Comments

  1. Ahmed Mohammed says:

    If Ericson will accept less of what Hakan is demanding then they should sell Hakan and go for Ericson but if not a think Hakan deserves at least 5m per net

  2. Ache says:

    Let him go!
    He deserve to get maximum for 5m. More than that, just let him go. His playing has improve since last season, but inconsistent enough to get paid more than that.

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