Milan are gearing up to sell Rade Krunic in January and have set a price amidst interest from Fenerbahce and Olympique Lyon.
The 30-year-old Bosnian midfielder agreed a three-year contract worth around €3.5m net per season with the Turkish giants in the summer and asked for the move, but a deal couldn’t be agreed with the Rossoneri.
Krunic, who has 18 months left on his contract with Milan, has looked off par this season and a departure in the coming weeks looks all but certain now. He has seen 896 minutes of action across 15 appearances this term.
As reported by L’Equipe via Calciomercato.com, Lyon are looking to bring in a number of reinforcements in January to help them avoid a possible relegation battle and have set their sights on Krunic.
Fenerbahce are still keen to pick up the Bosnian midfielder and recently opened a new round of talks with the Rossoneri. Sporting director Mario Branco will fly to Italy in the coming weeks to deepen the negotiations.
Milan have set a price on Krunic, wanting around €6-7m for the 30-year-old. They’ve already identified Schalke’s Assane Ouédraogo as his replacement, but they’ll wait until the summer to make a move.
Krunic has been with the Rossoneri since July 2019, scoring three goals and providing six assists in 139 appearances across all competitions.