Emre Mor To Choose Milan Over Inter
Mor will be moving to Italy soon.
Borussia Dortmund’s Emre Mor is set for a Milan move, according to reports in Turkey. The Turkish winger appeared to be on his way out of Dortmund last week when he was released from training to hold final talks with another club, reported to be Inter.
However, despite both clubs already agreeing on a deal which would have seen the Turkey international join Inter on a one-year loan and then on a permanent transfer, he returned to Dortmund at the weekend and resumed training.
Now reports from Italy claim that the midfielder’s agent Muzzi Ozcan blocked the move as he was unhappy with his personal cut. As a result, the player has decided to cut ties with Ozcan and hire Bektas Demirtas, who is also a representative of Milan’s summer arrival Hakan Calhanoglu.
This has just fueled rumors that the former Danish youth international could be on his way to the city of Milan, but the Red and Black side. Whilst, per TribunDergi, Calhanoglu also played a big role in convincing Mor to join him.
“Despite Fenerbahce’s interest, Emre Mor will not move to Turkey. He will go to AC Milan in Italy”, Ozcan revealed in an interview for Turkish Beyaz TV.
The 20-year-old only joined Borussia Dortmund last summer from Nordsjaelland and although the Bundesliga side are now willing to let the youngster leave the Signal Iduna Park, they are demanding almost double what they paid to secure his signature 12 months ago.