MilanNews.it are reporting that AC Milan have received an offer worth 7-8 million euros for midfielder Rade Krunic from Freiburg and are evaluating the sale. Krunic joined Milan from Empoli last summer but has struggled to make a lasting impact in his first season at the club and lost a lot of playing time when Ismael Bennacer and Franck Kessie built a strong partnership locking down the two central midfield positions in Stefano Pioli's 4-2-3-1 system.
The midfielder arrived at the club for about 8 million euros and Milan would do well to sell him off at a similar rate. The Bosnia and Herzegovina international made 18 appearances for Milan last season in all competitions but only in 6 games was he in the starting eleven. Moreover, the arrival of Sandro Tonali sends him further down the pecking order whilst the rumours of Tiemoue Bakayoko's return cannot be strengthening his position.
Tuttosport via MilanNews.it are reporting that Krunic is on his way out and confirm the arrival of an 8 million offer from Freiburg.
Calcio Mercato are reporting that Milan need to sign an additional midfielder before they can green light the exit of Rade Krunic. This is because Lucas Biglia and Giacomo Bonaventura have both left the midfield with only one player coming in hence the depth has been eroded despite the addition of quality.