Juventus has been dealt a setback in their pursuit of AC Milan’s Hakan alhanolu, with a new report claiming that the Rossoneri are close to agreeing to a new contract with the Turkish international.
The Turkish midfielder is one of the best in Serie A, but his contract with Milan has been in dispute for much of the season.
His current contract expires at the end of the season, and Milan has expressed an interest in extending his stay with the club.
While Milan struggles to meet his contract demands, reports have linked him to a move to Juventus, with some speculating that the Bianconeri will make him a more appealing offer.
However, with Todofichajes reporting that he will renew his contract with Milan, Juve will have to look elsewhere for a new midfielder.
After months of speculation, the midfielder has agreed to a new contract with his current club worth 4.5 million euros per season.
He hasn’t signed it yet, but both parties have reached an agreement, and a new three-year contract for him is expected to be announced soon, according to the report.
This season, he isn’t the only midfielder on Juventus’ radar, and they will now turn their attention to Rodrigo De Paul and Manuel Locatelli, among others.