Manchester United ready to give Hakan Calhanoglu five-year contract. His deal runs out in the summer and is yet to agree extension.
Manchester United are reportedly planning to swoop for AC Milan star Hakan Calhanoglu – and prepared to offer him a lucrative five-year contract to lure him to the club.
The Turkish playmaker is out of contract next summer and has reached an impasse in talks over an extension with the Serie A giants.
Reports in Italy claim Calhanoglu has been left frustrated by Milan’s latest offer of a deal worth £2.8million a season (£54,000 a week) and, with the situation far from being resolved, has attracted the attention of a number of other clubs in Europe who are monitoring the midfielder.
Gazzetta dello Sport report that United are one club looking to exploit his contract situation and are willing to give him a pay increase on his current wages over a five-year deal.
Calhanoglu, who has made a brilliant start to the new season with four goals and four assists from eight games in all competitions, is due to meet with Milan chiefs for further talks next month.
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