Fenerbahce have not given up on their pursuit of Rade Krunic and will make a new offer to AC Milan next week. The Turkish side are ready to table a €7m bid for the midfielder, a report claims.
Gazzetta Dello Sport reported this morning that Milan have made it clear that they want €15m for Krunic. Fenerbahce’s first offer came in at €5m and was quickly rejected by the Rossoneri, who don’t mind keeping the Bosnian either.
According to the Turkish outlet Fanatik, Fenerbahce are ready to increase their offer to around €7m. Milan, meanwhile, have asked for €12m according to the report but the feeling is that a compromise could be reached.
Krunic arrived for around €8m back in 2018 from Empoli and Milan will thus make a capital gain either way, but they have set a high price tag because of the cost of finding a replacement. Nicolas Dominguez, for example, would cost €15m.