Torino are targeting moves for two AC Milan midfielders in the upcoming summer transfer window, according to reports.
Sunday’s edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport (via Calciomercato.com) claims that the Granata are still keen on a move for Rade Krunic, who they wanted to sign from Empoli before the Rossoneri swooped in last summer.
Milan are not against the sale of the Bosnia international and could sell if they get an offer of €8million – the same price they paid for his purchase – after a season of little game time.
Meanwhile, the same outlet are also reporting that Torino want to sign Giacomo Bonaventura on a free transfer once his contract expires at the end of the season, with the midfield set to leave after six years at San Siro.
Il Toro have put a two-year deal on the table worth €3.5million in total. The player’s request however is for a three-year contract until 2023, which would take him to the age of 33.