Atalanta are on the verge of selling Rasmus Hojlund to Man Utd and are expected to use the funds from that sale to reinforce their attack. One of the players on their wish list is AC Milan’s Charles De Ketelaere.
De Ketelaere had a very disappointing first season with Milan after joining in a €35m deal last summer. He managed just one assist and really struggled to impose himself, eventually losing the battle with Brahim Diaz for the No.10 role.
According to TuttoMercatoWeb, the Belgian international has ended up on the radar of Atalanta, who already have enquired about the player. With the sale of their striker Rasmus Hojlund to Atalanta for around €75m, the Bergamo side could make a proper attempt.
They have already brought in El Bilal Touré for the No.9 role, as stated by the report, and now need an attacking midfielder. Milan have made it known that they need at least €28m to part ways with the Belgian this summer and the operation is a complicated one, as the report concluded.