He had to spend almost four months watching his team’s matches from the stands ‘paying’ for something that happened years ago, he hasn’t played since February, but this didn’t stop AC Milan from offering him a very lucrative contract.
Hakan Calhanoglu’s agent told Kicker that his client has already agreed terms with the Italian club, but there is one ‘detail’ that needs to be arranged before he can try on his new jersey.
We held good talks with AC Milan. It’s now important that the clubs reach an agreement. Once they achieve an agreement, we can enter final talks with AC Milan
Bektas Demirtas said, rather hopeful that Bayer Leverkusen will not stand in the 23-year-old’s way to moving to a bigger club who offer him a much better contract.
The Turkey international received a four-month ban by FIFA for signing a contract at Trabzonspor as a teenager, but never playing there. It should be mentioned that he took the initiative to waive his salaries for the duration of his ban, so that Leverkusen didn’t pay for something that wasn’t their fault.
Calhanoglu signed at Bayer in 2014 for about €14.5m, and according to reports, the German club will give the green light for this move if they receive an amount close to €30m.