Stefano Pioli confirms Milan’s desire for Rade Krunic to ‘find another club,’ and reports suggest that Fenerbahce is facing serious competition from Saudi Arabia, Greece, and Russia.
During their Scudetto-winning campaign, the midfielder from Bosnia and Herzegovina played a crucial role in their squad, and they turned down offers for him over the summer.
However, his failure to secure a new contract and a visible decline in form has led to his availability on the market during the January transfer window.
Pioli said: “It is better for him and for us if Krunic finds himself another club.”
Fenerbahce has been pursuing him for months but is steadfastly resisting meeting the minimum asking price of €6m.
Matteo Moretto, a transfer expert at Relevo, reveals that they are still €2-3m short of the required amount to finalize a deal. Consequently, Milan is exploring alternative options, such as the Saudi Arabian club Al-Shabab, and there is interest from Russian and Greek teams in obtaining information about Krunic’s situation.
At 30 years old, his contract with Milan extends until June 2025.