SC Freiburg have made an official offer for AC Milan midfielder Rade Krunic but a decision is currently on hold, according to a report.
Krunic arrived last summer from Empoli but has never fully convinced head coach Stefano Pioli to give him much game time, leading to widespread rumours that he will be sold after just over a year in the current window.
There have been a couple of teams linked including former boss Marco Giampaolo’s Torino, but at the moment the most concrete hypothesis appears to be a move to Germany to join Bundesliga side Freiburg.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio who spoke to Sky (via MilanLive) on Wednesday night, Freiburg have offered €6m plus €2m bonuses for the Bosnia international, a figure that seems to satisfy Milan.
Milan have not yet accepted, because the 26-year-old could be useful in the Europa League game against Shamrock Rovers with Tonali not fully fit. The impression, however, is that the Rossoneri will give their ‘ok’ to the sale once the game is done.