Milan have been active in the transfer window so far officially signing Franck Kessie and Theo Hernández. Another new addition to the team is the Bosnian Rade Krunić who joins after a three-year spell at Empoli.

Krunić is a much-needed signing as the Rossoneri need to strengthen their midfield following the departure of Tiémoué Bakayoko.

The 25-year-old is expected to help with the build-up as the team have struggles creating dangerous attacks and often get stuck in the central areas.

In this tactical analysis style scout report, we will analyse if he could meet the expectations and how his strengths could fit the squad.

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Milan are not only active on the transfer window for players but have a new figure on the managing position too. The ex-Sampdoria manager Marco Giampaolo has arrived at San Siro and already started to implement his vision. It is not clear what are his intentions when it comes to tactics yet, but there definitely will be some changes.

If you want to read the full tactical breakdown of this talented youngster, head over to or click HERE

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