AC Milan have reportedly imposed a deadline on Hakan Calhanoglu for him to decide where his future lies, amid interest from Arsenal.
The Turkey international experienced a disappointing Euro 2020 campaign after his national side crashed out of the tournament having not registered a single point in Group A.
Calhanoglu will now have to turn his attention back to his club future, where there is doubt as his contract at AC Milan expires this summer and he is yet to agree to the new terms offered by the Italian giants.
It is believed that the 27-year-old is delaying his contract negotiations as he awaits offers from other clubs but, according to the Express, AC Milan have told Calhanoglu to make his decision by June 30.
Arsenal are showing interest in the attacking midfielder as the Gunners look to replace Real Madrid loanee Martin Odegaard, but the Premier League outfit could face competition from AC Milan's rivals Inter Milan.
Calhanoglu arrived in Milan in 2017 and has gone on to score 32 goals and provide 48 assists in 172 appearances for the club.