AC Milan have picked Charles De Ketelaere as the man they want to bolster their attack with the directors at work to strike a deal with Club Brugge.
Speaking with an editorial on TMW, the journalist Nicolò Ceccarini spoke about Milan and their market moves, describing the Rossoneri as ‘very active’ across multiple fronts as they are ‘trying to accelerate their mercato’.
Renato Sanches has practically been signed from Lille, so now Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara have strongly ‘raised the pressure’ on De Ketelaere and the aim is to lower the demands of Club Brugge which are still very high.
They believe that the 21-year-old Belgian playmaker has ‘extraordinary technical skills and the ability to adapt to multiple roles’ which makes him the perfect investment for the project and for head coach Stefano Pioli.
De Ketelaere can play as attacking midfielder but if necessary also as a right winger which essentially fills two gaps where Milan need reinforcements.