Arriving from Empoli last summer, Rade Krunic has made just eleven appearances for AC Milan this season, six of them from start. The Bosnian has, therefore, been linked with a summer exit.
According to Tuttosport (via Calciomercato.com), Krunic has been identified as the perfect addition by Torino, who are looking for a mezz’ala to increase the quality of the squad. Previously, they also considered signing Jack Bonaventura.
Milan have set an asking price of €8m for Krunic, which is the same amount they paid Empoli last summer. Of course, this figure is within reach for Torino, who are keen on bouncing back after what has been a disappointing season so far.
The final decision will be made by Ralf Rangnick, who is expected to lead the youth revolution at the club. Krunic will turn 27 in October and given that the German manager has a 24-and-under policy, his future may have been decided already.