Fenerbahce have submitted a new and improved offer for Rade Krunic and they have informed AC Milan it will be their last, a report claims.
According to Turkish source Fanatik, Fenerbahce launched a new €12m bid for Krunic in an effort to get him in before the transfer deadline and partner him with Fred at the base of their midfield.
A response from the Milan management is expected regarding the offer for the 29-year-old Bosnia international, but within their meeting with Milan the Turkish club made it clear that it will be their final bid.
Fenerbahce also have other targets in mind too such as Guido Rodriguez, who plays for Real Betis, but they face competition from Lyon to land him and they have made a proposal far below the €15m the Spaniards want.
Thomas Partey of Arsenal is another name on their list but he is likely to leave the team. The Ghanaian midfielder has many suitors, but his €10m net salary is too much for Fenerbahce who asked his representatives about the idea of a pay cut.