Rade Krunic is searching for a house in Istanbul for Fenerbahçe!

Rade Krunic, who holds the top spot on Fenerbahçe's transfer list, has begun researching life and housing in Istanbul.

The star player, who has gathered information from Bosnian players playing in Turkey, alongside , has shown determination to open a new chapter in his career.

Fenerbahçe, focusing on winning the championship, aims to strengthen its squad with experienced players in the mid-season transfer. Planning to make reinforcements in the midfield, in addition to the defense, Fenerbahçe has at the top of its list.

The 30-year-old Bosnian player, who has a contract with until 2025, is calculating an agreement with Fenerbahçe in the mid-season transfer. It has been revealed that Krunic, whose transfer to the yellow-navy team did not materialize at the beginning of the season, is now very determined and has already made preparations. Krunic, who is in constant communication with Bosnia and Herzegovina National Team captain Edin Dzeko, is conducting research on life in , housing, and transportation, among other aspects.

Gathering information

According to Milliyet newspaper, Krunic, who is collecting information from Bosnian players who have previously played in Turkey, such as Balic and Bolic, is said to be very eager to continue his career at Fenerbahçe. The star player, who hasn't had many opportunities at Milan recently, is emphasized to have accepted Fenerbahçe's offer to both play regularly and open a new chapter in his career.

Transfer negotiations are ongoing

On the other hand, transfer negotiations between Fenerbahçe and Milan are still ongoing. It is learned that there is a 2 million Euro difference between the clubs. It is noted that Fenerbahçe is willing to pay 4 million euros for the experienced player, while Milan's expectation is 6 million euros.

Rade Krunic, who joined Milan from for an 8.6 million euro transfer fee in July 2019, has played in 139 official matches, scoring 3 goals and providing 6 assists.

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