There continues to be a number of stories linking Fenerbahce with a late move for Rade Krunic, but the player will not force an exit.
Calciomercato.com have provided a round-up on the latest regarding Krunic, starting with the confirmation that Milan want €12-13m in order to sell the Bosnia international while no offer has come close to that yet.
According to Sabah, this could change in the next few hours because a bid of €8m is ready. Krunic has already said yes to a four-year contract worth over €3m net per season, but he has no intention of forcing his hand.
He knows that owes a lot to Milan and to Pioli, who will start him tomorrow in their first game of the season at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara against Bologna.
However, from England they are talking about Thomas Partey from Arsenal being a potential alternative for Fener but it seems a very unlikely possibility.
Then, L’Equipe state that Antoine Makoumbou of Cagliari is an option for them. The French source even speak of a bid of €5m which is about to be made, but Claudio Ranieri is unlikely to allow him to leave.