MilanNews.it are reporting that AC Milan consider midfielder Rade Krunic to be sellable this summer as he became out of favour toward the end of the season despite his heavy usage in the rotations by Stefano Pioli especially off the bench. The Bosnia and Herzegovina international has been with the Rossoneri for two seasons now since joining from a relegated Empoli side.
Tuttosport via MilanLive.it are reporting the exact opposite as they believe Krunic’s strength is his versatility and this will earn him a place as part of Milan’s midfield rotation next season. The 27 year old has been in both holding and attacking roles this season and even scored a wicked game changing free kick against Hellas Verona earning some plaudits. He closed off the season with 2 goals and 3 assists from 38 games in all competitions.
Milan need to have some quality depth to deal with the AFCON this season and to sustain top performances across the Serie A, UCL and Coppa.