Torino are still serious about signing AC Milan midfielder Rade Krunic with president Urbano Cairo preparing an offer, a report claims.
Krunic joined from Empoli last summer and has played just nine Serie A games for the Rossoneri this season so far. However, he has been out with a broken foot since the beginning of February.
It was recently reported by journalist Nicolò Schira on Twitter that the Bosnia international is a concrete target for Torino ahead of the new season. He added that the Granata are probing the ground and have begun contacts with his agent Sergio Berti.
According to Calciomercato.com, an €8million offer would be needed to convince Milan to sell Krunic after just one yet, but Urbano Cairo has a plan.
He hopes to be able to complete the deal by postponing the cost, considering that a revolution is expected at both clubs in the upcoming window.
Cairo’s is to be able to convince Milan to sell Krunic with the formula of paid loan with an option to buy inserted, like the one which saw Diego Laxalt make to move north to Turin last summer.