The Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings though they had agreed on a sign-and-trade involving Bogdan Bogdanovic, but that deal has fallen apart. Bogdanovic himself reportedly failed to agree to terms with Milwaukee, and now it has been revealed exactly what the 28-year-old is looking for in terms of his new contract.

According to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, Bogdanovic is currently eyeing a four-year deal worth over $70 million:

“The word on the street, I always have to be careful of this because I get in trouble, the word on the street is he thinks he can get an offer, or there’s belief that there’s offers out there that average $18 million per year,” said Windhorst, via RealGM. “Somewhere in the four-year, $72 million range.”

Bogdan Bogdanovic had a tremendous campaign with the Kings last season, averaging 15.1 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 3.4 assists while also connecting on 2.7 triples per game on a 37.2 percent clip. As such, he has emerged as one of the hottest names in free agency. Bogdanovic is well aware of this, and his self-valuation is a testament to that fact.

Live and breathe the NBA?

🚨 Get viral NBA graphics, memes, rumors and trending news delivered right to your inbox with the Clutch Newsletter.

Windhorst went on to say that the Atlanta Hawks might have now emerged as a front-runner to land the Serbian national:

“That, I think a lot of people think would come from Atlanta. I think the most Milwaukee can do is something closer to the $15 million to $16 million per year range. Over four years, that’s $8 million or $9 million, depending on where all the decimal points go. That’s not an insignificant amount of money.”

This has been one of the biggest sagas of the offseason thus far, and while Bogdan Bogdanovic’s botched move to Milwaukee never pushed through, it won’t be surprising if he finally finds a new home within the next few days. Perhaps the Bucks try to salvage the situation, but it’s hard to see that happening now that the NBA has opened an investigation into the drama.