Thomas Tuchel has turned Chelsea into a strong team to play against since he replaced Frank Lampard at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues will have to increase their current deal they offered for AC Milan midfielder, if they wants to sign him on a free transfer this summer. The 27-years-old AC Milan player has been in a very good form during this 2020/21 season, founding back of the net seven times and providing eleven assists in 36 games across all competitions. Hakan Calhanoglu current deal with Milan will expire at the end of June, as rumours surrounding his future continuous to gather pace.
According to reports, Chelsea have offered the Turkish international player a new deal as they look in bringing him to Stamford Bridge for the 2021/22 season. However, reports says that Milan's offer is currently superior than the Blues own, which means that the West London club will have to place more money on the table to stand a chance of securing his signature.
Manchester United and Arsenal have previously been interested with the Turkish international midfielder, and now all of the to three premier league teams stand the chance of praising him away from San Siro. Chelsea have a very good chance of securing champions league football next season, as they sit four in the English premier league table. Which can be a factor in luring him away from AC Milan this summer.
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