Milan Exploring More Options to Bolster the Midfield

Milan won’t stop at Yunus Musah in the midfield, especially with Rade Krunic on Fenerbahçe’s radar. The arrival of the USMNT prodigy has been slightly delayed due to bureaucratic reasons. He’ll be in town Thursday and take the medicals Friday, TuttoSport relays (via Sussidiario).

The Rossoneri wish to keep ahold of the Bosnian deputy but are readying fallbacks should the offer be strong enough to convince them to sell. They set their sights on Bologna. Nicolas Dominguez has been on their radar for a while. They are keen on Jerdy Schouten too.

Milan are also tracking Strasbourg’s Ibrahima Sissoko to further strengthen their midfield. The club has been acquired by Chelsea owner Todd Boehly this summer. They have pulled off the Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Christian Pulisic deals with them this summer.

The 25-year-old has 152 Ligue 1 appearances to his name. He has notched 5 goals and 11 assists. He was born in France but also has a Malian passport. The colossus can star as a center-back in a pinch.

Our Take on the Milan Midfield

Krunic is de facto a starter at this stage, as it would be limiting to use Tijjani Reijnders as a deep-lying midfielder and not as a box-to-box. They should sign somebody in that position regardless of whether he stays or goes. Sissoko would be interesting, but it might be time to add somebody with Serie A experience.

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