AC Milan will make a small capital gain on the sale of Ricardo Rodriguez to Torino, a report claims.
Torino confirmed the signing of the left-back on a four-year contract earlier on Wednesday, with the player having undergone a medical in the city earlier in the day.
Across all competitions, Rodriguez ended up amassing four goals and five assists for AC Milan in 93 appearances. He ended up falling behind Theo Hernandez in the left-back pecking order earlier this season and was loaned to PSV Eindhoven, but returned at the end of the season and has now managed to find permanent accommodation.
According to Calcio e Finanza, Rodriguez arrived in the summer of 2017 from Wolfburg for €14,189,736, and as of 30/6/2019 he had a value of €7,094,868 on the balance sheet after two years of amortisation.
As of 30/6/2020, the value had fallen to €3,547,434. Milan and Torino have found an agreement for the sale of Rodriguez for €3million plus bonuses, so the Rossoneri should thus not enter a loss in the balance sheet when you factor in the additional two months of amortisation that have happened since June 30.
The club will also save a large chunk of his net salary of €2.1million that was due for 2020-21.