AC Milan could decide to cut their losses and sell Charles De Ketelaere this summer with some interest having already arrived, a report claims.
Tuttosport (via MilanNews) recall this morning how it is less than a year ago since De Ketelaere landed in Italy after what felt like an endless negotiation, becoming the marquee signing for a Milan side that had just won the Scudetto.
However, the management have made it clear that he can leave the club after just one season, even if it will not be easy to find a team willing to offer the €28m needed to ensure a capital loss is not recorded.
The Belgian has admirers in the Premier League above all but also in Italy, given that in recent weeks there has been talk of possible interest from Atalanta, despite a season in which he failed to score a goal and registered just one assist.
Milan paid €32m to sign him from Club Brugge last summer and that means they need to sell for €28m to ensure they are not recording a loss. However, Premier League clubs have that kind of money and the Rossoneri will evaluate the offers that come in.