AC Milan have reached an agreement with Club Brugge for the transfer of Charles de Ketelaere. The transfer has been given the here we go signal by Fabrizio Romano, and after weeks of negotiations, the player will be making the move to San Siro.
The youngster had an offer from Leeds United as well, but only wanted to join AC Milan. And now, he is all set to join the Rossoneri ahead of the coming season. He will be signing a contract until 2027 with the Serie A champions.
Charles de Ketelaere to join AC Milan from Brugge
The structure of the deal was one of the important points of discussion, but the final transfer fee is €36 million including add-ons. Brugge wanted a fee that was at least €35 million and have been able to get a great deal for their star player.
The medical tests are being scheduled for next week so that the player can be unveiled as a new signing very soon. He will be the third signing for the club this summer after Divock Origi and Yacine Adli.
Following Charles de Ketelaere, AC Milan are set to turn their attention to Hakim Ziyech of Chelsea. A loan deal with the option to buy is being proposed for the Moroccan. Brugge, on the other hand, are now listening to offers for their talented winger, Noa Lang.