Report: Injury worry resurfaces for Milan as midfielder will be left out of World Cup qualifier

By Oliver Fisher -

A potential injury problem has reappeared for AC Milan as midfielder Rade Krunic has sustained a problem on international duty, a report claims.

Krunic pulled up with an injury before the match between France and Bosnia last week. He was meant to be in the starting XI and was even expected to start up front alongside Edin Dzeko, but instead was forced to start the game on the bench and he did not come on.

The former Empoli man spoke to reporters who gathered at a pre-match press conference that he was part of and told those worried about his condition that it was nothing serious and he would be ok to return.

According to Bosnian journalist Haris Mrkonja, Krunic will not take part in Bosnia’s game against Kazakhstan in their 2022 World Cup qualifier. The midfielder, after yesterday’s full-strength training with the rest of the squad, felt a problem in his calf and therefore will not be used as a precaution.


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2 Comments

  1. Zoro Caloro says:

    So glad we let Pobega leave.. just makes so much sense doesn’t it?? Such wise management… we have Kessie who won’t renew and should be benched until a resolution is found, Krunic who has finally been playing well now injured. Bennacer still not fully fit and looks ok but not great yet. So basically we just have Tonali and Bakayoko. In theory could be an amazing pairing to be honest and on paper could be the best out there for us but we need some depth too as injuries do happen.

    1. Kilroy says:

      smh… 5 players for 2 positions is exacly that – depth

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