- Hakan Calhanoglu’s possible switch to Manchester United is looking brighter
- The Turkish international is wanted by United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
- The Red Devils are willing to lure the Milan star with a £100,000-a-week contract for 5 years
Hakan Calhanoglu is on the radar of desperate Manchester United and now the Premier League club are willing to double his wages to £100,000-a-week to lure him to Old Trafford on free transfer.
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keenly interested in the Germany-born Turkey star who is said to be worth around £30million.
The 26-year-old’s contract at AC Milan will lapse next summer but SunSport are reporting that he could speak with other clubs outside Italy as from January.
Calhanoglu joined the Serie A giants from German outfit Bayer Leverkusen in 2017 for a fee totaling £20million.
It was also gathered that Milan are preparing to offer him an extended three-year-contract, but terms are yet to be agreed.
And now the Red Devils are looking to entice him with a five-year-contract that will see him earn £5.2million per season should he agree to move to England.
United are hoping the player joins as it looks increasingly likely that France World Cup winner Pogba, 27, will be sold next year as his contract runs down.
The Frenchman recently admitted that he would love to play for Spanish giants Real Madrid in the near future.
The Frenchman who has been on several occasions linked out of Old Trafford said that it is every player's dream to play for Los Bancos.
Pogba has a year left on his contract said and no discussion has been made regarding a new deal with the former Premier League champions.
And it is most likely that the World Cup winner could be heading to the Spanish capital if he is allowed to leave as a free agent.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ryan Gravenberch is being chased by several clubs including Barcelona and Juventus and now reports say Manchester United have also enter the race for the youngster.
The 18-year-old has been dubbed the ‘new Paul Pogba’ following his style of play, but reports say Ajax are unwilling to let go. Gravenberch who just signed a fresh three-year contract at the Dutch club is in high demand from several big European clubs.
Despite his age, Gravenberch has already played 19 times for Ajax - scoring four goals and adding three assists.
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