Atalanta are intensifying their interests in Charles De Ketelaere and have devised their own idea for a loan formula that Milan may not agree with, a report claims.
As has been reported by Milan News, La Dea would like to add the Belgian to their attacking roster and should soon have more funds available from selling Rasmus Hojlund to Manchester United.
Their plan is to try and sign De Ketelaere on loan with a right to make the deal permanent next summer. Milan would like a fairly sizable loan fee if they are not able to sell him outright, and they also want Atalanta to pay the entirety of his salary whilst he is on loan.
It is not yet clear whether these conditions will be an issue for Atalanta, but talks are set to continue between the two sides in the coming days to try and secure De Ketelaere’s departure from Milan.