AC Milan's Olivier Giroud celebrates after scoring his side's second goal during the Serie A soccer match between AC Milan and Inter Milan, at the Milan San Siro stadium, Italy, Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022. (Spada/LaPresse via AP)

Milan raise asking price for Krunic amidst Fenerbahce interest.
Milan have reportedly raised their asking price for midfielder Rade Krunic amidst serious interest from Turkish Super Lig side Fenerbahce.


According to reports from, it will now cost teams somewhere between €12m-€15m to sign Krunic this summer, up from an initial figure of €10m.


Fenerbahce are keen on signing Krunic before the close of the window, but so far there bids have not come anywhere near matching Milan’s valuations.

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The first offer came in at €4m, before a second was delivered at €7m to be paid in separate instalments.


Fenerbahce reportedly already have an agreement in place on personal terms with Krunic, who could be set for a significant increase in salary if he does get a move to Istanbul.


The 29-year-old currently takes home a salary of €1.2m per season at San Siro, which could rise to somewhere between €3m-€3.5m with Fenerbahce.


Calciomercato writes that Milan could explore the option of handing Krunic a new contract on an adjusted salary to prove his importance to the team.

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