Deal Agreed and Done: AC Milan have agreement with Atalanta over a over four-years deal for talented Attacking Midfielder

Charles De Ketelaere was able to join the squad he made his first priority by switching from AC Milan to Atalanta over the summer.

Atalanta was De Ketelaere’s top choice, according to Sky (via Radio Rossonera), and there is already an agreement in place between the club and the player concerning personal terms if his loan turns into a permanent one.

La Dea agreed to a €3 million loan and a €23 million buyout option, plus €4 million in potential bonuses.

making almost €30 million in total. A 10% resale clause is also included, and Milan spent €32 million plus €3 million in bonuses to get him from Club Brugge.

In the event that he relocates permanently to Bergamo, a deal has already been reached on a potential four-year contract. With a goal and an assist under his belt as well as strong displays, he has undoubtedly had a strong start.

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