Charles de Ketelaere will leave Milan after only one year at San Siro.
The talented Belgian midfielder, however, will remain in Serie A, but will continue his career at the other Italian team, Atalanta.
Already the two teams Milan and Atalanta have reached total agreement for the loan of the Belgian in Bergamo for one season.
The Italian media have also published the total agreement of the two clubs, where Atalanta will have the option of buying de Ketelaeres’ card at the end of the season.
Atalanta will pay three million euros to Milan for the loan and will reserve the right to buy the midfielder for 23 million euros at the end of the season, plus four million in bonuses.
Milan will not have the option to buy back the Belgian, but have retained 10 percent in case Atalanta sell him in the future.
The player is expected to undergo a medical check-up on Tuesday before being made official as a new Atalanta player.