Rade Krunic joined AC Milan last summer for a figure of 8 million euros. The Bosnian midfielder started off his career with the Rossoneri in a somewhat disappointing fashion and could be on his way out of the San Siro already after a year.
According to today’s edition of Tuttosport (via milannews24.com), Torino are interested in the 26-year-old player and have initiated contacts with the Rossoneri for a potential move.
As mentioned, Milan signed the midfielder for 8 million euros last summer and are unlikely to accept a figure lower than that. However, Krunic would like to play more regularly and could push for a move to the Granata.
The former Empoli man collected just 9 Serie A appearances for Milan so far this season and a lot will likely depend on the final part of the season which is set to restart later this month. Moreover, it will be important to understand the view of likely new manager Ralf Rangnick, who will have a key say in the sporting area of the club if negotiations have a successful conclusion.