CM: Milan management consider extending contract of utility man until 2026

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan could look at extending the contract of midfielder Rade Krunic for another two years, according to a report.

According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, it seems as though Krunic is very much still part of Milan’s plans as the management are considering renewing the Bosnian international’s contract.

The idea they have in mind is to do as they have with Alexis Saelemaekers and give him another two years on the currently deadline of 2024, therefore a contract running until 2026.

Krunic started the season with two positive games as a defensive midfielder but then suffered an injury that kept him on the sidelines for a few weeks, but now he is back and has been playing the attacking midfielder role.

After links with a potential exit during the summer, it seems the former Empoli man has the faith of head coach Stefano Pioli but also of Maldini and Massara too.

Tags AC Milan Rade Krunic

4 Comments

  1. Roses says:

    Of cos, they are three some

  2. Martin Bernhard says:

    I dont mind him as a utility type of player as he can bring some value to the squad when called upon due to his ability to play in several positions. Add to that his salary is low and he never complains and always gives his best.
    When that is said i doubt this story has much to do with reality as he is 28 years old and has a contract lasting untill 2024 and with a low value already its pretty safe to say that it wouldnt be a financial loss if his contract were to expire and he left by then.

  3. Moon says:

    Adli has more or less the same profile. No need to extend krunic’s contract.

  4. DP says:

    a defensive mid. get a bargain, or nothing.

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