27-year old Turkish player has less than 4 months left on his contract deal at San Siro and a new deal is yet to be agreed upon.AC Milan are willing to extend the Turkey international's deal, but he is demanding €1million (£850,000) more a year than the figure he’s currently being offered and talks have hit a stalemate.
This situation have triggered the interest of Arsenal FC, as they are reportedly keeping close tabs on his recent developments and have approached Calhanoglu’s entourage with offers over the last few hours.
Meanwhile, Arsenal aren't the only club interested in securing the services of the Turkey international, Chelsea and Juventus are also an admirer of the 27-year old midfielder.
Therefore, Arsenal need to step up their game to secure the services of the Turkey international in summer.
Hakan Calhanoglu has established himself as an indispensable figure at AC Milan this season, having played 34 matches in all competitions at club level this season.
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