AC Milan and Fenerbahce could come closer to an agreement for the transfer of Rade Krunic this week, a report claims. The Bosnian has already agreed on terms with the Turkish side and is pushing for the move.
Krunic was an important player for Milan last season and he’s been key in this pre-season, playing in the defensive midfield role. However, he continues to be inked with a move to Fenerbahce and it seems an agreement could be reached.
According to Matteo Moretto, the midfielder has agreed on the contract terms with Fenerbahce and now the Turkish side needs to convince Milan. The latter are asking for €10m and the parties could get closer to each other during this week.
In the meantime, Krunic remains an important player for Stefano Pioli and will start in tonight’s friendly game against Monza. It’s the first edition of Trofeo Silvio Berlusconi, following the passing of the legendary owner of both clubs, making it a very special game.