Today has been a surprise day regarding developments over the future of Rade Krunic and he is apparently pushing for a move away from AC Milan.
Calciomercato.com writes that after selling Sandro Tonali to Newcastle, Geoffrey Moncada and Giorgio Furlani are working on more departures such as Fodé Ballo-Touré and Charles De Ketelaere.
However, the Rade Krunic situation needs to be carefully monitored after an official offer arrived from Fenerbahçe in the last few hours, where his friend and compatriot Edin Dzeko plays.
Pioli considers Krunic a useful wild card in midfield given his ability to occupy several different roles, but if an offer of €15m or more were to come in then the management could decide to sell him.
The former Empoli player – who will turn 30 on 7 October – has a contract until 2025 worth around €1.2m net per season. The report goes on to confirm the earlier indiscretions from Turkey which stated Krunic wants the sale, pushes for the transfer.