Lyon offer €12-13m for Krunić but Milan consider the player off the market, the Bosnian could soon sign a renewal

Rade Krunić during Bologna-Milan at Stadio Renato Dall’Ara on August 21, 2023. (Photo by Alessandro Sabattini/Getty Images)

Rade Krunić is wanted by several clubs but Milan will not sell him.

With Ismaël Bennacer injured until January, Krunić has now become the first-choice regista for Stefano Pioli, with Yacine Adli staying at the club and acting as his understudy.

The player, despite strong interest from Fenerbahçe, played the first 2 matches of the season as a starter and showed good things, so much so that he’s also attracted interest from Lyon.

As reported by Sky Italia, the French club have made an offer of €12-13m for the Bosnian, with a rich offer for the player.

However, reports that Rade is not for sale for Milan as he is greatly appreciated at the club by the squad and the coach. In addition, Milan do not believe that they would be able to find a suitable replacement with just 48 hours left until the end of the mercato (Friday at 20:00 CEST).

Nicolò Schira suggests that Krunić is in fact close to extending his contract with Milan until 2026 and get a salary of 2.2m. His contract deal expires in 2025.

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