Hakan Calhanoglu is reportedly close to reaching an agreement with Juventus, although Milan could raise their offer if they secure a top-four finish.
The contract of the Turkey international expires in June and although Milan have been in talks to extend his stay at the club, the two parties have not yet reached an agreement.
According to Calciomercato.com, Juventus have offered Calhanoglu a €5m-a-year deal, a sum that the Rossoneri have yet not put on the table.
The two parties are reportedly close to reaching an agreement, but Milan feel they are not out of the race yet.
The Rossoneri have offered the 27-year-old a salary in the region of €4m-a-year and could raise their proposal if they snatch a top-four finish this season.
Milan face Cagliari at home on Sunday, and a win would allow them to secure a Champions League spot for the first time since 2013.
Juventus, on the other hand, may miss out on a top-four finish. They sit fifth in the Serie A table, one point off Napoli.
Andrea Pirlo’s side face Inter at home on Saturday and Bologna on May 23.