Rade Krunic’s time at AC Milan could very soon be coming to an end as an agreement has reportedly been reached with Fenerbahce over a sale.

Krunic started the season as quite literally a central part of Stefano Pioli’s plans given that he put him in the middle of his new three-man midfield after opposing his exit during the summer window.

However, over the past few weeks the former Empoli man has slipped down the pecking order and he has been left out of the last few games entirely, showing that he is no longer a part of the plans.

Gianluca Di Marzio reports that after completing the purchase of Pietro Terracciano, the Rossoneri are now preparing to say goodbye to Krunic after four and a half years at the club.

The Bosnian has expressed his desire to leave Milan and is preparing to move to Fenerbahce, where he would meet up with his friend and compatriot Edin Dzeko

The Turkish club has reached an agreement worth €5m plus bonuses with the Rossoneri management and all that remains to be defined are the final details.

Speaking about Krunic’s situation before the Empoli game, Pioli was rather honest: “His performance is no longer what it was before and  I’ve made some choices. For us it’s better that he’s looking for another team.”

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