Rade Krunic has been linked with a move to Fenerbahce this summer. The Turkish side have been pushing for the signature of the Bosnian and the AC Milan have now lowered the price tag, a report claims.
The midfielder reportedly has an agreement with Fenerbahce already after receiving a hefty contract offer. He currently earns €1.1m net per season at Milan and could perhaps triple that with a move to Turkey.
According to today’s edition of Gazzetta Dello Sport (see photo below), Milan have lowered the price tag of Krunic to €10m, after initially demanding at least €15m. However, this still might not be enough to reach an agreement.
As added by the same journalist on his Twitter, Luca Bianchin, Krunic is closer to staying at Milan than leaving as things stand. At some point, the Rossoneri will also have to take him off the market amid a lack of time to find a replacement.
Milan will face Monza in the Trofeo Silvio Berlusconi this evening and Krunic will play from the first minute.