Fenerbahce have struck an agreement with AC Milan full-back Ricardo Rodriguez over a possible January move, a report claims.
The Swiss international has been widely tipped to leave the club this month having lost his spot in the starting line-up to summer signing Theo Hernandez.
Rodriguez is determined to play a key role for his country at the European Championship this year and as such is seeking a move to a club where he can play consistently.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Nicolo Schira, Turkish side Fenerbahce have found an agreement on personal terms with Rodriguez ahead of a possible move this month.
However, they have not yet struck a deal with Milan as they want to take the 27-year-old on loan while the Rossoneri want him to leave on a permanent deal.
Agreement between Ricardo #Rodriguez and #Fenerbahce. The swiss player has accepted the turkish offer, but there isn’t an agreement between clubs. Fener offered a loan, but #Milan want a permanent deal. #transfers https://t.co/PMYnQk3EKy
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) January 7, 2020
Napoli, Watford and PSV Eindhoven have all also been linked with the former Wolfsburg man, implying that Fenerbahce face competition.