Krunic wants to stay at Milan but demands twice the current salary


Rade Krunic is trying to recover in time to face Juventus, while talking about a new contract with Milan, he has asked to double his salary.

The midfielder has been sidelined since September 24 with a muscle problem and is looking to return for the Serie A clash with Juventus on October 22.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Krunic is ready to reclaim his place in midfield, occupied by Yacine Adli after a month out, and prepare for the upcoming matches with Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League and the reigning Serie A champions. Naples.

There are some behind-the-scenes issues to sort out as well, because he was on the verge of leaving in the summer, but Milan did not agree to Fenerbahce’s offer.


Krunic just turned 30 last week and his current contract at San Siro runs until June 2025, having signed a new contract just a year ago.

His current salary is around €1.5 million per season, but the report suggests that the Bosnia and Herzegovina player wants to double his salary.

The offer from Milan is somewhere close to 2.5 million euros per season, including bonuses.

It remains to be seen if the parties will manage to find a common language or if this situation will lead to a ‘tension’ of relations.