Longo: Fenerbahce yet to make an offer as Milan set Krunic price tag

By Isak Möller -

Rade Krunic has one foot out the door at Milanello and Fenerbahce remain interested in the midfielder ahead of the January window. However, as per a report, AC Milan are yet to receive and official offer from the Turkish side. 

Krunic was an important player for Milan at the start of this season but following an injury, he failed to perform on a consistent level. In the last three weeks, therefore, he has played just 43 minutes and is thus expected to leave the club in January.

Fenerbahce were very keen in the summer but as reported by Daniele Longo, they haven’t made an official offer for Krunic just yet. Milan have made it known that they want €5-6m in order to part ways with the Bosnian, who was signed for €8m back in 2019.

It remains to be seen if the Turkish side will make a concrete attempt in the upcoming weeks, but it’s clear that Krunic will leave Milan. Ismael Bennacer has returned to full fitness and Yacine Adli has also been used more by Pioli recently.

For tomorrow’s game against Monza, it will either be Bennacer or Tommaso Pobega alongside Tijjani Reijnders, with Ruben Loftus-Cheek playing in a more advanced role.

Tags AC Milan Fenerbahce Rade Krunic

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