Head coach Marco Giampaolo is still working on AC Milan midfielder Rade Krunic, according to a report.
Krunic arrived at Milan earlier this summer for a fee of €8m plus bonuses, becoming the second signing for the Rossoneri after Theo Hernandez.
The Bosnian impressed last season with Empoli, amassing five goals and six assists in 33 Serie A appearances despite his side being relegated.
He would later be joined by his former team-mate in Ismael Bennacer who arrived from the Tuscan club in a €16million deal, however unlike Bennacer, Krunic is yet to play a minute of competitive action so far.
As per Thursday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews.it), Giampaolo has made a specific request to his central midfielders.
That request is that they remain disciplined and do not act purely based on instinct and that applies to Krunic the most, who before was used to playing with more attacking freedom, the paper adds.