Charles De Ketelaere is still not a Milan player, as there is no agreement between the clubs, despite another face-to-face meeting today.
Milan have been trying to bring CDK to Stefano Pioli’s squad since the start of the summer transfer market 3 weeks ago, but they cannot come to terms with Brugge.
Last week the sides met in Belgium and failed to reach an agreement, and today the parties met in a hotel in Lugano, Switzerland, and once again did not leave the room with a deal, as reported by Sky Italia, Milannews.it and others.
The meeting, which was attended by Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara, ended at around 14:15 today, but not much was accomplished there. The position of Milan and the position of Brugge remain unchanged: according to Milannews.it’s Milan are offering €32-33m including bonuses (+ a percentage of a future sale as per Mediaset), while Brugge want €35m as a fixed price + bonuses.