Krunic wants to leave Milan

Milan is faced with a complicated situation, as reports from Turkey state that Rade Krunic has made a request to leave, but Fenerbahçe’s final offer is only 7 million euros.

It has been suggested for several weeks that the Bosnian has agreed personal terms with the Turkish club and is keen to make the move.

However, the Rossoneri have no intention of selling, especially after Ismael Bennacer suffered a serious injury and Sandro Tonali was sold to Newcastle United.

The asking price was always a minimum of ten million euros and with so little time left to find a suitable replacement, it was reported in Italy today that it would rise to 12-15 million euros.

However, Sports Digitale in Turkey is reporting this afternoon that Krunic has made an official transfer request asking Milan to release him and at the same time that the final offer on the table from Fenerbahçe only amounts to €7 million.

This will cause tension for coach Stefano Pioli and his squad just days before the start of the Serie A season, where they face Bologna.

Krunic was bought from Empoli in 2019 for €8.6 million and his contract at San Siro runs until June 2025.