Tuttosport: Milan could land centre-back in swap deal with Torino involving Krunic

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan and Torino could discuss a swap deal during the January transfer window involving midfielder Rade Krunic, a report claims.

Torino were repeatedly linked with a move for Krunic during the summer window when it was reported that head coach Marco Giampaolo was keen on reuniting with the Bosnian in Turin.

According to a report from Tuttosport (via PianetaMilan), news has re-emerged suggesting that Krunic is once again a target for the Granata who want a player ideal for the 4-3-1-2 that Giampaolo plays.

In exchange for the former Empoli midfielder, Milan could get centre-back Armando Izzo, who could well end up on the market as he has made just four league appearances this season so far.

It would help fix a problem for Milan who are looking to sign at least one central defender to reinforce a department that continues to be stretched due to injuries.

Tags AC Milan Armando Izzo Rade Krunic

1 Comment

  1. Martin Bernhard says:

    From what i can see he was involved with match fixing and initially got an 18 month ban from playing that was later reduced to 6 months. I rather doubt he is a profile maldini and the current milan will even be thinking about aquirring as they seem to have some standards in regard of who they hire and how they fits with the team. I might be wrong but frankly i would extremely surprised to see him in red and black.

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