Despite not always getting appreciation from the AC Milan fans, Rade Krunic has been a very useful player for Stefano Pioli over the last two seasons. And with that in mind, the stance on his future is pretty clear.
The Bosnian midfielder arrived in the summer of 2019, along with Ismael Bennacer, to play in Marco Giampaolo’s 4-3-2-1 formation as a mezz’ala. After the takeover of Stefano Pioli, though, he has been used in many positions.
Milan paid just €8m for his services and under the reigns of Pioli, he has been a useful depth player for the midfield tandem, attacking trio and even centre-forward position. According to Calciomercato.com, therefore, he’s expected to stay.
Krunic has several suitors on the market, per the report, but Pioli and the directors are pleased with his performances as of late. He’s considered off the market, therefore, and Milan will only evaluate offers that are too good to turn down.