Club Brugge are interested in two AC Milan players as part of the Charles De Ketelaere deal, a report claims.
As has been reported by Gianluca Di Marzio, the Belgian side have shown serious interest in two of Milan’s youth prospects who they think could form part of the deal for De Ketelaere this summer.
The players in question are 20-year-old goalkeeper Andreas Jungdal and 19-year-old striker Emil Roback. The Scandinavian pair could help Milan to not part with quite so much cash.
Milan made a bid of €20 million for De Ketelaere this week but it was quickly rejected as the Belgian champions want at least €30 million for the midfielder. Leeds United have apparently already offered more than that for him so Milan must be quick.
The Rossoneri are planning a new offensive but it is not clear if they are interested in allowing the two Primavera players to be part of the deal.