Calhanoglu completes three-year Inter move, leaving AC Milan after Turkey crash out of Euro 2021
Hakan Calhanoglu has officially joined Inter on a free transfer
Inter had been in the market for an attacking playmaker after seeing star midfielder Christian Eriksen suffer a cardiac arrest during Euro 2020. It is unknown as to whether Eriksen, who has been fitted with a defibrillator, will be able to play football again.
Regardless, the Nerazzurri have now announced the signing of Turkey international Calhanoglu on a three-year deal.
Calhanoglu completes three-year Inter move
In a statement released on their official website, Inter said: “FC Internazionale Milano can confirm that Hakan Calhanoglu has joined the Nerazzurri. The 27-year-old midfielder has signed a deal with the club lasting until 30 June 2024.”
Milan’s offer was €4 million per season plus a bonus of around €500,000, which they first made in January and never raised, despite Calhanoglu’s hesitation to sign renewed terms. Instead, he will reportedly earn €5m plus a €1m bonus at Inter.
He is moving after his involvement at this summer’s European Championship came to a close, with Turkey bowing out at the group stage.
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