The rumours about Fenerbahce having a strong interest in signing Rade Krunic from AC Milan have been confirmed by a reliable source.
Yağız Sabuncuoğlu and Ertan Süzgün of Sports Digitale published a report earlier today claiming that Fenerbahce have reached an agreement with Krunic over a proposed contract and they even added that the former Empoli man is pushing for the move.
According to the latest from MilanNews, Fenerbahce are indeed pushing for Krunic and the Turkish club have put forward a significant proposal to the player with regards to his personal terms.
Milan however do not need to sell to raise cash, and they would only think about selling the Bosnia international in the case of an offer that simply cannot be refused, like the Sandro Tonali situation.
Meanwhile, Krunic appears open to the idea of potentially making the move to Turkey, but there is no suggestion he will force an exit.