Charles De Ketelaere’s fine displays for Club Brugge have not gone unnoticed as Leicester City are among various clubs to have taken notice of his performances.
The 21-year-old has been used across all attacking positions this season, and has managed 18 goals and nine assists.
Three days ago, Corriere dello Sport stated that Leicester City, AC Milan and Napoli have ‘asked for information’ about the forward.
Brendan Rodgers’ side wanting the Club Brugge star is discussed in the Belgian media, as Voetbal Belgie explain the Foxes would ‘prepare an offer of €30m’ to sign the player.
This is the figure the Jupiler Pro League side would ‘like to capture’ from his sale in the summer. The website adds De Ketelaere is ‘ready to take on a new challenge’ next season.
AC Milan are in the picture for the Belgium international, but they first need to sell players before making an approach for the Club Brugge attacker.
Het Nieuwsblad also explain De Ketelaere is open to leaving Club Brugge in the summer. However, they make it clear he is ‘only interested’ in a move if a ‘real top club knocks on the door’.
Leicester City are ‘not a priority’ for the attacker as he doesn’t view them as a ‘real top club’. The Foxes are 10th in the table and will not feature in any European competition next season.
Should no top club come forward to acquire his services, De Ketelaere wouldn’t view it as a punishment to continue at Club Brugge and play in the Champions League again.