Leeds United have made an attempt to sign Club Brugge star and Milan target Charles de Ketelaere.
The Rossoneri have been heavily linked with a move for the Belgian, who they supposedly see as a key target over Paulo Dybala.
Gianluca di Marzio has now reported that while Milan have presented their first offer for the player and they put forward €20 million plus bonuses, Leeds have joined the race and have also made a concrete attempt for De Ketelaere.
Leeds’ offer is now at €30 million plus bonuses, which is much more convincing for De Ketelaere. As things stand though, two Milan youngsters interest Brugge in a potential deal and they happen to be Andreas Jungdal and Emil Roback.
This comes after Daniele Longo reported earlier today that Milan’s initial offer has been rejected by the Belgian outfit already but the Rossoneri are evaluating the conditions in front of them and are expected to make another offer.