Fenerbahce are continuing in their pursuit of Milan midfielder Rade Krunic ahead of the January transfer window, and now the Turkish giants’ sporting director is set to travel to Italy to hold talks with the Rossoneri. 

The Bosnian international had proved that he was still useful to coach Stefano Pioli at the beginning of the season, starting all of Milan’s first five games of the season until picking up a muscular injury against Hellas Verona in September. 

Krunic missed the following three Serie A matches, and has only started two of the six league matches since his return. 

With the arrivals of Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Tijjani Reijnders and Yunus Musah in midfield over the summer, there is a growing feeling that Krunic could be moved on in the near future. 

Fenerbahce had reportedly made several enquiries during the summer transfer window, but were unable to negotiate a suitable fee with their counterparts at San Siro. 

However, the interest has continued and Fenerbahce could soon be due in for face-to-face talks with Milan. 

According to reports from Il Corriere dello Sport via TMW, Milan are hoping to raise funds in the region of €6m-€7m from Krunic’s potential sale, which could come in handy if they were to bring in new signings of their own in January. 

Fenerbahce, meanwhile, would ideally like to bring the asking price down according to Saturday’s update. 

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