AC Milan has continued to tie Rade Krunic to itself. The central midfielder has extended his contract with the Rossoneri by a further year until 2025.
As the club announced on Thursday afternoon, the ink under Krunic's new contract, which runs until 2025, is already dry. The 27-time Bosnian international switched from Empoli to San Siro in 2019 for 8.6 million euros. Since then, Krunic has played 91 competitive games for Milan. The central midfielder scored two goals and five assists.
In the midfield of the Rossoneri, Krunic should remain an important role player in the future. Under coach Stefano Pioli, Sandro Tonali and Ismaël Bennacer seem to be the first choices there, but Krunic is an important backup.
This article was originally published on 90min.com as AC Milan extend Rade Krunic's contract.