May 15, 2024

AC Milan’s midfield is looking totally different to last season and has the potential to be one of the best in the division, with one key player who is yet to be thrown into the mix.

As has been explained by Milan News, the area of the squad that underwent the most change in the summer transfer window was the midfield and it now looks very different to last season.

Whilst form has not been great in recent weeks, the midfield has certainly been the strongest section of the team with players like Yunus Musah, Tijjani Reijnders, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Yacine Adli all playing important roles.

There are two things that could make the midfield an even stronger part of the squad: If Reijnders were to start scoring goals, and the return of Ismael Bennacer to the fray.

He would add extra energy and tackling to the starting eleven, although it is not clear who he would oust when he returns.

Turkish side Fenerbahce are showing interest in signing Rade Krunic from AC Milan again after they tried to sign the Bosnian midfielder in the summer, a report claims.

As has been reported by Sporx in Turkey (via Pianeta Milan), the Super Lig side are still very keen on Krunic and they think that a deal can be done for him in January.

Krunic had agreed on terms with Fenerbahce but he chose not to force the move. He allowed the negotiations to play out between the two clubs, and Fenerbahce never managed to offer what Milan wanted, which was roughly €15m.

Milan were planning to renew the contract of Krunic in the near future but those discussions seem to have stalled, which has created more of an opening for Fenerbahce to reignite their interest.

With Ismael Bennacer set to return from injury soon, Milan may be more willing to sell Krunic than they were in the summer.

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