AC Milan could allow midfielder Rade Krunic to leave after just one season as Torino have started contacts with his agent, a report claims.
Krunic joined from Empoli last summer and has played nine Serie A games for the Rossoneri this season so far. However, he has been out with a broken foot since the beginning of February, though his recovery is now complete and he is training at Milanello.
One season, many injuries but also good dynamism on the pitch. Rade Krunic could already pack and leave Milan at the end of the season.
According to what is being reported by journalist Nicolò Schira on Twitter, the Bosnia international is a concrete target for Torino ahead of the new season.
The Granata are probing the ground and have begun contacts with Sergio Berti, the agent who also takes care of Krunic’s interests.
Krunic could therefore leave after just a year, but it is likely that Milan would ask for the €8million that they spent to sign him.
Of course, this news ties in with rumours regarding a possible overhaul of the Rossoneri midfield. In addition to Krunic, other players such as Lucas Biglia and Giacomo Bonaventura are destined to leave while Lucas Paquetà and Franck Kessie face uncertain futures.
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) June 11, 2020