AC Milan is in the process of renegotiating Rade Krunic’s contract, however, there is currently a substantial difference between the offer and demand, leading to little optimism.
Milan is making moves to bring an end to various contract renewals under discussion.
One of the most complex is that of Rade Krunic, a central midfielder for the Rossoneri, who has been heavily courted by foreign clubs this past summer.
As reported by calciomercato.com, negotiations are ongoing but face a significant obstacle: the former Empoli player is demanding a fixed base salary of 3 million euros to extend his contract from 2025 to 2026.
At present, Milan’s offer does not exceed 2 million, plus a bonus of 500 thousand euros.
The lack of substantial optimism is somewhat due to the recent turn of the Bosnian’s thirtieth birthday.