Turkey international Hakan Calhanoglu doesn’t exclude a move to Galatasaray, as his contract with Milan expires this month.
Turkey are preparing to face Italy in the opener of Euro 2020 this week and Calhanoglu is expected to start the game at the Olimpico.
The Rossoneri attacker, who has not renewed with the Diavolo, spoke about his future with TV1000 in Turkey and was asked about a possible move to Galatasaray.
“I’m open to everything, nothing is impossible,” Calhanoglu said. “If I get a good offer, why not?”
Calhanoglu played 33 Serie A games in 2020-21, helping Milan secure a place in the Champions League next summer.
He has played 172 competitive games, contributing 32 goals and 48 assists, since he moved to Milan from Bayer Leverkusen in 2017.