Milan legend Sacchi is harsh on De Ketelaere


Milan legend Sacchi is harsh on De Ketelaere

Charles De Ketelaere

Charles De Ketelaere

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Charles De Ketelaere was AC Milan’s king signing in the summer. However, his first few months in the fashion capital are disappointing – Arrigo Sacchi’s judgment is correspondingly harsh.

Charles De Ketelaere was AC Milan’s king signing in the summer. However, his first few months in the fashion capital are disappointing – Arrigo Sacchi’s judgment is correspondingly harsh. The trainer fox also gives the Rossoneri hope.

Last summer she had AC Milan a comparatively quiet transfer window. Despite the championship title, the Rossoneri did not make any major commitments and accordingly spent little money – the Lombards only paid a lot for the transfer of Charles De Ketelaere.

Paolo Maldini and Co. had decided early on that the Belgian would be their dream player and, after weeks of negotiations, were awarded the contract. In the end, the fee was a whopping 32 million euros plus bonuses, making De Ketelaere one of the most expensive transfers in Milan history.

The Belgian was set to fill a glaring gap in the playmaker position for the Rossoneri and has already been compared to young Kaka. Of course, this fueled certain expectations among the Tifosi, which De Ketelaere has not been able to fulfill so far.

The youngster has played 21 competitive games in the red and black jersey so far and is still waiting for his first goal for Milan. Since he only managed one template at the same time, a certain disillusionment is spreading. From the king transfer they had promised more – of late De Ketelaere has regularly found himself behind Brahim Diaz on the bench, despite the Spaniard having a modest season himself.

Legendary coach Arrigo Sacchi found himself in talks with the Gazzetta dello Sport now clear words. “He comes onto the pitch like a loser. Confused. Scared,” the 76-year-old summarized De Ketelaere’s condition pretty well.

But the Italian also encouraged Milan and added that it was “better not to make any final judgments”. Sacchi recalled that foreigners in Serie A “always need time”. “Of course he’s suffering now and you can see that,” he even felt a little sorry for De Ketelaere.

To illustrate Sacchi’s words, Rafael Leao, who took over a year and a half to find his feet at the Rossoneri – is now one of the best wingers in Europe.

Theo Hernandez, Fikayo Tomori and Mike Maignan in the Milan jersey proved that there is another way. Khvicha Kvaratskhelia has also taken Serie A by storm with Napoli this season. That means: Every player needs his own pace.

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This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as Milan legend Sacchi is harsh on De Ketelaere released.

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