Milan Trusted Backup Draws Interest from Fenerbahce

Rade Krunic has received a substantial offer from Fenerbahce, and Milan could sign off on his departure if the fee were proper. The midfielder has struck a deal on personal terms as he’d get a regular role and a pay hike, Calciomercato relays.

He’s under contract for two more years and earns €1.2M annually. The Rossoneri would likely accept if the Turkish outfit tendered €15M. He’d join Edin Dzeko in Istanbul.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, Milan don’t want to lose Krunic and don’t need to sell Still, the right bid could sway them. The veteran is tempted by the move.

Per SportMediaset, the Rossoneri would reinvest the sum in another midfielder. Teun Koopmeiners would be top of the list, but Morten Hjulmand is more affordable. He has yet to finalize his move to Sporting CP because he’s waiting for other suitors to emerge, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs (via Affari Italiani).

Lecce set a €20M price tag and are interested in Tommaso Pobega. Il Diavolo doesn’t want to give up the youngster. The Salentini are open for business, but his valuation would increase in ten days.

Our Take on Milan and Krunic

He has become a vital reserve but, if Fenerbahce smashed the double-digit threshold, they shouldn’t think twice about it. Koopmeiners is a pipe dream, while Hjulmand would be perfect to complement what they put together.

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One comment

  1. Confusing article, frustratingly poor writing skills.
    Instead of naming each player in each sentence, the article keeps using “he”. Who is linked with Sporting? Also who is “he” whose valuation would increase in 10 days? There’s 4 players in the article. Also no clue how Pobega has anything to do with Krunic – good writing would have made it clear from first read
    Just feedback, sorry for being frank.

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