Milan have made their second offer to sign Club Brugge star Charles de Ketelaere, as they look to ramp up their efforts to land the Belgian.
The Rossoneri’s previous bid for the player was below Club Brugge’s valuation and the player was also attracting attention from Leeds United.
Daniele Longo has now reported that Milan have put forward a second, much improved offer for the player. Including the fixed part and the bonuses, the offer stands at €30 million, which is close to Club Brugge’s initial valuation for the Belgian starlet.
While Brugge do like a couple of Milan’s young players, their inclusion in the deal isn’t essential at this point of time. The player has already agreed personal terms with Milan, who are ready to offer him a five-year deal and the player is expecting the green light for the move to arrive this week. This suggests that a move to the Premier League is not on the cards.