There is still no green light for Ricardo Rodriguez’s move to Torino, a report claims, with a distance between the two clubs on valuations.
After struggling for playing time in the first half of the season, the Swiss international was loaned to PSV Eindhoven in January, though the Eredivisie side appear unwilling to make the move a permanent one.
It has since emerged that Torino are keen on a move for Rodriguez as former Milan head coach Marco Giampaolo has just been named as their new boss.
According to MilanNews, there was a meeting on Monday night between Milan sporting director Ricky Massara and his counterpart Vagnati.
After the meeting, it has been established that there is still a distance of around €800k between what Torino are willing to offer (€3m) and the €3.8m Milan want. The parties will meet again in the coming days to try and finally tie up a deal.
Meanwhile, Di Marzio is reporting that the Rossoneri are asking for €4-4.5million but the Granata want to close for €2m less that that.