AC Milan midfielder Rade Krunic could push to leave the club in the summer due to unhappiness over a lack of playing time, a report claims.
Krunic arrived from Empoli in the summer for a fee of €8million following their relegation to Serie B at the end of the 2018-19 season.
It was expected that the Bosnia international would provide useful midfield cover for Milan following the departures of Jose Mauri, Andrea Bertolacci and Riccardo Montolivo in June.
However, Krunic has played just 67 minutes of action since his arrival as he has not found much space under either Marco Giampaolo or Stefano Pioli.
According to TV N1 Sarajevo’s Haris Mrkonja (via MilanNews.it), Bosnia national team coach Robert Prosinecki had a conversation with the Milan midfielder about his future.
During the discussion, Krunic himself apparently expressed his desire to go on loan during the January window, with Genoa having been previously linked.