CDK is still practicing with ‘Milan’, the loan deal to Atani has stalled.

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Charles de Ketlar Excess Playmaker Still training with AC Milan after the loan deal to Atalanta was interrupted because of personal terms obstacles. Especially the agent fee that is called too expensive

“Red Devils” reached an agreement with Atalanta last week. By preparing to receive an initial loan fee of 3 million euros and there is an option to sell De Ketlar outright for 26 million euros, including add-ons, Milan will also receive a share of the sale. However,

However, a permanent sale cannot be ruled out either. First of all, since CDK is linked to the Rossoneri with a contract until June 2027 and with a residual value in the balance sheet of around €28m, Furlani and Moncada have set a price that means there would be no loss. ยููฟ่าเบท

Secondly, the difficulty of finding a club willing to pay this amount cannot be underestimated, in light of the investment made by the Rossoneri 12 months ago.

These are parameters that will have to be taken into consideration when pondering the question of De Ketelaere’s future. A future that could well be away from Milan.

Says Atalanta are currently facing “big problems” in negotiating personal terms with the 22-year-old Belgian, the main

reason being that Atalanta deemed the compensation for De Ketlar’s agent to be too high. reality In addition, wages that call for players The move put the club into doubt,

which led Atalanta to hold off talks until de Ketlar’s camp offered realistic terms. And in the last practice session last Wednesday. The players still appear at the club as usual.

The ex-Club Brugge youth just moved to the San Siro in his first season for €35m. Signing a contract until 2027. But has only managed one assist in 40 appearances in all competitions

. De Ketlar has previously been linked with a number of clubs outside Italy. Including Aston Villa, Real Sociedad and PSV Eindhoven, but he has been in advanced talks with Atalans. Tar, believed to be due to wanting to continue proving himself in Serie A