Tuttosport: Calhanoglu wants Milan stay but on his terms – Juventus interested on one condition

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan playmaker Hakan Calhanoglu would be happy to sign a new deal at the club, a report claims, but he wants it to be on his terms.

Calhanoglu – as well as Gianluigi Donnarumma – is on an expiring contract and given his importance, Milan want to resolve his future as soon as possible. The negotiations, however, are very tough indeed and there is nothing to suggest that an agreement is imminent.

According to a report from Tuttosport (via PianetaMilan), Calhanoglu would gladly remain at Milan and sign a new contract, but he would only do so at figures that he is happy with.

It is unsurprising therefore that the paper adds how the amount he would renew at is not the figure proposed by Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara.

Milan have offered Calhanoglu a new salary of €3.5m net per season (which would become €4m with bonuses), but his agent – Gordon Stipic – is asking for €6m net to renew.

Meanwhile, Turkish sources have told them that Juventus are becoming more and more interested in Calhanoglu, but their pursuit would exclusively depend on it being a free transfer.

Tags AC Milan Hakan Calhanoglu

3 Comments

  1. rivera says:

    ACM should be thinking about signing Salzberg Hungarian midfielder Now!
    Hakan is not at the clubs best interest, not at that price

    They should have already signed the hungarian instead of allowing other clubs in!

  2. qwerty says:

    Exactly. Sign the Hungarian. If Turkish truly wanted to stay as it states in the article – he would have accepted the offer.

  3. Hashim says:

    To me, Hakan and the Milan management should not think of him leaving the club, let them sitdown and iron the issue. Because Hakan is one of the top player in Milan and he contributed alot, please let his salary be increase atleast €5m. And also bringing Hungarian is and added advantage.

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