AC Milan loanee Charles De Ketelaere could be set for a significantly better second season in Italy after he made the loan move to Atalanta, a report suggests.
As discussed by Calciomercato.com, De Ketelaere is one of the headline makers during the opening weekend of action in Serie A after he got his first goal since arriving in Italy last summer.
He made 32 appearances for Milan but failed to find the back of the net, which is why he was allowed to join Atalanta on loan. Coming off the bench for his debut against Sassuolo, he scored very quickly with a header and helped his team win the game.
There is reason to think that De Ketelaere could be in for a very good year at Atalanta given he looks happy at the club and there is a much clearer role for him in Gian Piero Gasperini’s system than there is at Milan.