The directors at Milan were not happy about Hakan Calhanoglu’s attitude, as the Turkey international hoped to show off at Euro 2020 to attract interest from top clubs in Europe.
The Rossoneri had presented Calhanoglu a new deal at San Siro worth €4m a season, but the attacking midfielder has spent most of the season negotiating the contract offer.
Calhanoglu has been looking for a more lucrative deal elsewhere but was given until June 30 to give an answer to the Rossoneri.
Tuttosport reports the 27-year-old’s plan failed, as he wanted to show off at the Euros to attract interest from top clubs across Europe.
Turkey didn’t pick up any points in Group A, finishing bottom of the table with only one goal scored and Calhanoglu didn’t excite as much as he had hoped to.
According to the newspaper, he only managed to irritate the directors at Milanello, who were not expecting a very short answer to the contract offer worth €4m.
Sky Sport Italia reports Calhanoglu has now agreed to join Inter in a surprising move across the city, moving to the Nerazzurri on a three-year deal worth €5m plus €1m in bonuses.