AC Milan’s attempts to sign Charles De Ketelaere from Club Brugge are far from over as an improved offer is ready, a report claims.
According to what was stated by the Belgian broadcaster RTL Sport (via SempreMilan.it), the chances of seeing De Ketelaere at Milan are not over as the Rossoneri have a new offer ready worth €33m plus a percentage on the player’s future resale.
After the last refusal from the Belgian champions, Milan are now confident that with this offer the green light will finally arrive that could see De Ketelaere become a new Rossoneri player as early as this week.
The percentage on the player’s potential future resale could represent the right addition to receive the long-awaited yes from Belgium. Meanwhile, an agreement has already been reached with the 21-year-old playmaker over personal terms, and he will earn €2.5 net per season at Milan for the next five years if he were to join.
Calciomercato.com reporter Daniele Longo claims that after an afternoon of reflections, Milan are evaluating a raise to €32m fixed base plus a percentage on future resale for De Keteleare as a ‘last effort’. The player is doing what he can to convince his club.