Torino are interested in a move for AC Milan midfielder Rade Krunic this summer, according to the latest reports.
The Bosnia international 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.
According to the paper edition of Tuttosport on Wednesday (via MilanNews), Torino have now set their sights on the 26-year-old, having followed him closely while he played for Empoli but failing to strike a deal.
Milan have made their stance clear: if they are to consider selling then it will take a bid of €8million so that the club are not making a loss, but it could be an important injection of funds to help Ralf Rangnick pursue other more suited midfield targets.