AC Milan midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu is reportedly ready to sit down with the club and engage in crunch contract talks amid reports that he could be heading for the exit at the club this summer. The Turkish midfielder, whose contract at Milan is set to expire on the 30th of June has not signed a new contract extension and talks have continued to make the rounds that he could finally cut ties with the Milan-based club in the summer.

Calhanoglu, 27, has been in and out of the Milan team this season and has not been given enough game time by the manager this season and that has been the major reason for the rumors to be flying around right now.

Giampaolo Happy to Get First Win As Milan Manager

AC Milan were able to get the first win of the campaign after beating Brescia 1-0 on Saturday. This victory provided huge relief for manager Marco Giampaolo, who has been brought in as the replacement for Gennaro Gattuso. The 52-year-old has a contract with Milan until 2021 and he has largely been able to achieve success with Sampdoria in recent times. However, the start to his Milan career has not been so great with the club losing 1-0 against Udinese in the first game of the season. A major shock from the game was the inability to get even a single shot on target throughout the 90 minutes.

However, Hakan Calhanoglu was able to come up with the breakthrough after just 12 minutes into the game againstBrescia. This early goal was very decisive in a game that did not have too many opportunities for both teams. After the match,Giampaolo admitted that the team was still a work in progress. A major surprise for fans and pundits was the absence of Krzysztof Piatek from the starting lineup. The 24-year-old was dropped in favour of Andre Silva as there were a couple of changes to the team that lost against Udinese. Milan were grateful to see former striker Mario Balotelli turn up for Brescia due to suspension.
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