AC Milan presents Charles de Queteraere today at 2pm. Already today at La Gazzetta dello Sport his coach Stefano Pioli had an in-depth interview and of course his €35 million purchase was also discussed.
With such a price tag, expectations are high for Charles De Ketelaere, but the affable Stefano Pioli is the first to put too little pressure on his latest gold coat of arms.
“He came from a different league and was playing in a different system, so it’s going to take some time,” Pioli explained to the Pink Sports newspaper. It was me.”
But the Italian T1 is also generous with compliments. “He’s very smart and you can see his qualities right away,” he said after his first CDK training session in Milan.
Charles is a great talent. When he hits the ball, he is elegant and beautiful to look at. He will face Vicenza on Saturday and also Pergoletese on Sunday.
“We showed a video of our vision at Milanello on Wednesday morning and you can see that he is very attentive and understands the game.”
“He’s discovering our world, this new environment, our systems and our team, but he’s been at his best.”
“Charles is a great talent. When he hits the ball, he is elegant and beautiful to look at. On Saturday he will play a few minutes against Vicenza and on Sunday he will play against Pergolette. right”
Pioli got in touch with the young Red Devils during transfer negotiations. “Yes, I called, and that’s often the case, so I could also ask him what he expected and how he played.”
Divock Origi, another Belgian to join the champions, was also questioned about De Queteraere. “He characterized him as a mix between Kai Havertz (Chelsea) and Kaka.