AC Milan are prepared to sell Rade Krunic this summer after Fenerbahce showed interest in the Bosnian midfielder, but they will only do so under one set of circumstances.
According to a report from Sport Mediaset (via Milan News), the Rossoneri want Krunic to formally request a transfer from the club before they start discussing a deal with Fenerbahce too seriously.
Milan had not planned to lose Krunic so they are only going to take the interest seriously if he asks for a move, despite the fact it is known that he has already accepted a contract offer from Fenerbahce.
Milan would like to receive €10-15 million for the player that Stefano Pioli greatly appreciates from a tactical perspective, but they are not going to help make the move happen until Krunic asks them to.
The player most likely to be brought in if Krunic leaves is Lecce’s Morten Hjulmand, who may cost around €20m.