AC Milan have made the decision not to sell midfielder Rade Krunic during the January transfer window, according to a report.
Krunic is still getting playing time at the moment but is more due to the number of injuries and suspensions more so than trust from the head coach, which has lead to suggestions he could be solid this month.
However, according to the latest form Sky Italia (via MilanNews), several clubs have set their sights on Krunic but Milan have no plans to sell him in January.
This is the decision taken by management regarding Bosnian midfielder, who will remain with the Rossoneri until the end of the season even in the event of new arrivals in midfield.
Calciomercato.com reported yesterday that Milan will be looking for an opportunity to strengthen their midfield, which has become a priority. There are many ideas in terms of players who could help do this, and Soumaré of Lille is still in the sights.