The market of Milan is still stationary, there are many names among the goals of rossoneri but no negotiations have taken off yet. The last deal to be at risk is that of Charles de Ketelaereplaymaker born in 2001 of Club Brugeslong followed by Maldini.
As reported Fabrizio Romano the team that would be challenging the Italian champions is the Leedsclub of Premier League. The Britishin fact, they would be thinking of the Belgian as a substitute for Raphinhaa Brazilian exterior owned by them that could leave for 65 million pounds.
When clubs take over Premier League in negotiations it is always a problem. There disposable income of English clubs is always higher than the teams of A league and therefore the risk of losing de Ketelaere for the Milan it is concrete.
Maldini is seeing its market objectives become more and more complicated. After the interest of the PSG for Renato Sanches he was born in Newcastle for Botman competition also increased on the Belgian attacking midfielder.