Milan work on third Charles de Ketelaere offer as second bid gets rejected

Milan have had their second bid for Charles de Ketelaere rejected and they are now working on making a third offer for the player.

While the Rossoneri did make a second offer for the player after their first one was pegged back, Leeds United made a much higher bid for the player but the Belgian was yet to make a call about his future.

Journalist Daniele Longo has now reported that the Rossoneri have had their second offer also pegged back and that is because of Leeds’ offer. In order to secure the signing, Milan will have to match the offer from the Premier League club as they already have an agreement on personal terms with the player.

Leeds’ offer was at €37 million and Milan are now preparing a third bid of €30 million plus bonuses of €5 million, which will take the total offer value to €35 million.



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