AC Milan have put together a contract for Charles De Ketelaere that will see him earn €2.5 million per season, a report claims.
As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Milan News), the Rossoneri are willing to give the Club Brugge player €2.5 million per season which is a figure that could rise throughout the five-year duration of the deal.
Before that deal can be put into use, Milan must find an agreement with the player’s club who are demanding around €30-35 million for the attacking midfielder.
It is not a secret now that De Ketelaere is the player that Milan ar working the hardest on right now out of all their transfer targets.
They are ready to make an improved offer for the youngster but it is still believed that it will not reach the base fee that the Belgian champions have been asking for.
It will certainly shorten the gap in evaluations considerably though.