Turkish giants Fenerbahce have agreed personal terms with Milan midfielder Rade Krunić, who is a key target for January.
The Bosnian has long been linked with a move to the Turkish side but a summer move did not go through, but it seems as if Fener will return for him in January.
La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TMW) state that Krunić is out of the club’s project and he will leave the club in January. After a meeting involving Fener and Krunić’s entourage, there is an agreement over personal terms. He will earn €3 million per season at the Turkish club.
The expectation is that Fener will offer Milan an initial fee of 6 million, but the Rossoneri will look to earn around 10 million from the player’s sale. Milan’s idea is that they would use that money to launch a move for Lille’s Jonathan David.
The asking price for the Canada international is still said to be high, but another target is Serhou Guirassy, who has a considerably cheaper release clause.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN