The name Hakan Calhanoglu may not be the easiest to pronounce for the punters in the Transfer Tavern after a few drinks, though the Arsenal and Man United fans in may have to do exactly that.
One of the most feared free-kick takers in the European game, the Bayer Leverkusen playmaker has carved a reputation out as one of the most creative attackers in Europe over recent seasons.
While the 22-year old is undoubtedly one of the best players in Bundesliga, the club are, according to Kicker (via talkSPORT), open to the idea of a mammoth sale.
They paid Hamburg around £12m for his services back in 2014 and are reportedly looking for well over double of that should they let the Turkish international leave this summer.
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