AC Milan directors Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara appear to have made no progress in today’s meeting over Charles De Ketelaere, a report claims.
MilanNews reports that a meeting was staged in the centre of the Swiss town Lugano around lunchtime between the directors of Milan and those of Club Brugge to talk once again about Charles De Ketelaere.
The attacking midfielder has long been the first name on the wish list to reinforce the attack but progress has been very slow in coming. The report adds that the meeting ended a little while ago, and the positions of the two clubs remains the same,
Milan are continuing to offer €32-33m including bonuses, while the Belgian champions are asking for a guaranteed fixed amount of €35m. Therefore, it seems as though Maldini and Massara’s trip north of the Italian border did not bring the desire results, and now we must see what the next move is.