Tuttosport: Milan could lower their contract offer as Calhanoglu has his back to the wall

By Oliver Fisher -

Hakan Calhanoglu’s tactic of stalling and his disappointing performances at the European Championships could see Milan reduce their offer, a report claims.

Tuttosport (via MilanNews) writes how the European Championships were supposed to be the perfect showcase for Calhanoglu to demonstrate his abilities and for some top clubs to present an offer, but Turkey have lost two matches out of two and the No.10’s performances were far from good.

Now, his contract with Milan will expire in a few days and he finds himself with his back to the wall, because he has no other offers. Neither the player nor his entourage thought they could find themselves in this situation and while Milan are waiting for Hakan, it cannot be entirely excluded that they revise the fixed part of their offer downwards with more bonuses.

The strategy therefore risks costing Calhanoglu very dearly, who wasted a great chance at the European Championship to attract the attention of other clubs, and in the last two outings he has shown he is not worth the €5m net per year requested.

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  1. Milan should withdraw their offer. Considering how useless he was before, just imagine how utterly abysmal he will be now that his self image has been reduced to dust.

  2. It would maybe be best if he left, he thinks to highly of himself but not in a good way. There are players that think they are the best and are leaders, they pull the team. He plays good when the team plays good and obviously thinks a lot of credit for that should go to him. Ilicic/Diaz/Adli seems like a good bet if they can get all of them.

  3. Milan should not sign him for more than €3m. He’s full of inconsistent performance. I will be happier if we allow him to go just has Donnarumma.

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