AC Milan are currently unlikely to sell Rade Krunic between now and the end of the summer transfer window with time running out.
Gianluca Di Marzio spoke on the Sky programme Calciomercato l’Originale last night (via Radio Rossonera), and he gave a couple of updates about Milan, one of which concerned the future of Krunic.
He revealed his belief that Krunic will stay at the club beyond the summer window. Milan have been very clear with the player: either Fenerbahce will arrive with an acceptable offer before a certain date or he will remain.
Krunic is important for head coach Stefano Pioli – as seen by the fact he started Monday’s Serie A opener against Bologna – and a suitable bid did not arrive from the Turkish side on Wednesday.
As the days go by, the likelihood that Krunic will stay with the Rossoneri increases, especially given the ever-decreasing time to find a replacement.