AC Milan officially announced yesterday that Rade Krunic has joined from Empoli.
Official statement: Rade Krunić ➡ https://t.co/3RqLkj623i— AC Milan (@acmilan) July 8, 2019
Comunicato Ufficiale: Rade Krunić ➡ https://t.co/unb2LpIvVK pic.twitter.com/RbH7Bsj6nE
Per the club’s official website:
AC Milan (the “Club”) has today announced the acquisition of Rade Krunić from Empoli FC. The Bosnian midfielder has signed a five year contract with the Club.
Born in Foča on October 7, 1993, Krunić started his professional career in 2012 with his hometown team, Sutjeska Foča, recording 15 appearances and scoring 3 goals. In 2013, Rade moved to Serbia, signing for Donji Srem, before joining Borac Čačak in 2014. The midfielder signed for Empoli FC during the 2015-2016 season, and here recorded 119 appearances, and scored 12 goals across four seasons (three in Serie A and one in Serie B). Rade has also earned 10 international caps with the Bosnian National team, scoring 1 goal. AC Milan today welcomes Krunić to the Rossoneri Family.
We know you know, but still, we want you to know! Welcome "DERA"— AC Milan (@acmilan) July 8, 2019
Sappiamo che già sapete, ma vogliamo comunque farvelo sapere ♂ Benvenuto “DERA”#ForzaMilan ⚫️ pic.twitter.com/NsMHpefbNA
That’s a pretty dry statement from the club, to be honest, so you should instead watch the video that the club made to announce the deal. It’s about time that Milan join 2019 with some interesting Social Media content.
Now if only the Twitter account could stop doing the stupid videos for the lineups and just make a clean Twitter card for the lineup life would be grand.
On to the links.
AC Milan and Italian Football Links
A look at new AS Roma goalkeeper Pau Lopez, who joins from Real Betis. [Chiesa di Totti]
Vincent Laurini has left Fiorentina to join Parma. [Viola Nation]
Atalanta are asking to play their Champions League matches at the San Siro, much to the chagrin of Milan fans. [Football-Italia.net]
Valencia are reportedly interested in Sampdoria’s Dennis Praet. [Football-Italia.net]
World Football Links
A new Premier League FFP rule will change the way that mid-table clubs are able to spend money. [FourFourTwo]
Leicester City officially sign Youri Tielemans from AS Monaco. [Fosse Posse]
Ivory Coast defeated Mali 1-0 to advance to the quarterfinals of AFCON. [BBC.com]
Leeds United’s Liam Kitching departs for vegan lower league club Forest Green Rovers. [Through It All Together]