Arsenal, Chelsea and Juventus have all made “offers” for AC Milan playmaker Hakan Calhanoglu, according to Sky Sports Italy.
The Turkish international is out of contract at the end of the season, but the Rossoneri’s negotiations with the player have reached a “total stalemate” the TV station claims.
Milan are only prepared to offer €4m (£3.42m) a season, while Calhanoglu will not sign for anything less than €5m (£4.27m) so his departure in the summer on a free transfer is looking more and more likely.
At the moment, it seems that out of the three offers on the table Juve’s is thought to be strongest in terms of the salary being proposed, although the player has made no final decision on his future.
Arsenal are keen to sign a playmaker, with many reports assuming that the priority will be Martin Odegaard, but it appears the Gunners are looking around at cheaper options.