AC Milan are in advanced talks to extend the contract of Bosnian midfielder Rade Krunic who joined the club in 2019, a report claims.
As has been reported by Milan News this evening, the Rossoneri want to keep the 28-year-old midfielder at the club for longer than the duration of his current deal.
The deal that he is currently on keeps him at the club until June 2024 which means that there is no serious rush to get him tied down. Despite that, it seems that a deal is very close to completion.
It is not reported how long the extension to his deal will be or whether his salary will be increased but it is likely being done to reward him for his performances last season.
He was very useful for Stefano Pioli as he filled in for various players in different areas of the pitch. He is expected to start against Udinese on Saturday.