Il Messaggero: Milan have offered Krunic to Serie A rivals to speed up Bosnian’s exit

By Euan Burns -

AC Milan have offered Serie A rivals Lazio the chance to sign Bosnian midfielder Radu Krunic as the Rossoneri seek to offload the former Empoli player. 

As has been reported by Il Messaggero (via Milan News), Milan are very keen to bring Krunic’s time at the club to an end given it is clear he would like to leave, and he has fallen down the midfield pecking order thanks to the arrivals in the summer.

Fenerbahce are the team that has been most heavily linked with Krunic as they tried to sign him in the summer and have already made one bid in January.

Milan turned that bid down because it was slightly less than the minimum €5m that the club wants as the fixed part of the transfer.

Fenerbahce are expected to carry on trying to sign Krunic given there is not a lot between their €4m bid and the amount that Milan want to receive, but they could soon face competition from Lazio.

It is not clear whether the Biancocelesti actually hold any interest in Krunic, but they have been given the opportunity to make a bid should they decide he can add something to Maurizio Sarri’s squad.

Tags AC Milan Lazio Rade Krunic


  1. They offer 4 million, but we really need to haggle down to the last million? Just let him go. If he doesn’t want to be here take the bid.

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