Fenerbahce remain interested in Rade Krunic and could soon table a second offer for the player. Meanwhile, AC Milan have already identified the potential replacement for the Bosnian, namely Nicolas Dominguez.
The Bologna star, who wore the captain’s armband many games last season, has been linked with a move to Milan over the last few months. The links have certainly intensified since Fenerbahce’s interest in Krunic was revealed, though.
According to today’s edition of Gazzetta Dello Sport (see photo below), Milan have made it very clear to Fenerbahce that they will have to come up with €15m for Krunic. If the requests are met, then the Rossoneri will accept and get to work on a replacement.
Krunic has been offered €3.5m per year by the Turkish club, which would be quite an improvement from the current €1.1m. But Milan will not let him go for less than the request, is the feeling now anyway.
The prime candidate to replace the Bosnian, per the newspaper, is Bologna’s Nicolas Dominguez. The 25-year-old is keen on moving to a bigger club and above all playing in European competitions, making Milan a perfect destination. The Argentine, who has an Italian passport, has a price tag of €15m.
However, as the newspaper concludes, some of the sales that Milan are working on could free up some more cash, allowing the Rossoneri to move for Dominguez even without the sale of Krunic.