Milan is considering the possibility of selling Krunic to the Turkish giant

According to the latest reports from Italy, Milan is considering the possibility of leaving Rade Krunic in the January transfer window.

For the services of the Bosnian, the team that has shown the most interest is the Turkish giant Fenerbahce, who are ready to make an offer in his direction.

The 30-year-old has been an integral part of Stefano Pioli’s line-up at the start of this season, but his minutes have gradually dwindled in recent weeks.

The Rossoneri have undergone a major change in midfield in the transfer window, with the likes of Loftus Cheek, Reijnders and Musah joining the Reds in the summer.

On Saturday, Krunic was left on the bench in Milan’s 3-1 win over Frosinone at San Siro.

Now according to Calciomercato , the club is considering selling him in January.

Milan has tried on several occasions to renew Krunic’s contract where he would receive around 2 million euros per season plus 500 thousand euros in bonuses, however, an agreement was never reached.

Fenerbahce made several offers for him during the summer and are still interested in his services, especially now that he could become a free agent in the coming weeks.