Discussions surrounding a potential contract renewal between AC Milan and Rade Krunic appear to have reached an impasse. The Bosnian player’s salary demand appears to be considerably higher than what the ‘Rossoneri’ have offered.
Reports from Tuttosport indicate that Krunic’s demands are significantly greater than what Milan are willing to put forward. The midfielder’s demands reportedly align with an offer he received from Fenerbahce last summer, estimated at around 3 to 3.5 million euros annually.
Meanwhile, AC Milan is reportedly prepared to offer around 2 to 2.5 million euros in response. The club now finds itself in the position of having to consider whether meeting Krunic’s higher demands is feasible and beneficial in the long run.