Torino have re-emerged as a potential destination for AC Milan midfielder Rade Krunic after they were linked in the summer, a report claims.
This morning’s edition of Tuttosport (via PianetaMilan) writes how Krunic was often linked with a move to join the Granata over the summer but a move never materialised, but their management have remained interested in landing the Bosnia international.
The paper claims that if Milan were not able to progress or at least reach third place in their Champions League group, Krunic could decide to leave in order to play more. He is not deemed to be a starter by Pioli despite the fact he started against Bologna, and this has presented an opening for Torino.
During the negotiations between Milan and Torino over striker Andrea Belotti and the on-loan midfielder Tommaso Pobega, the name of Krunic could be discussed again as Ivan Juric would welcome a player of his flexibility.