Ricardo Rodriguez is just one step away from completing a move to Torino as a total agreement has been found with the player and Milan.
The Swiss international found his playing drastically reduced after Theo Hernandez’s explosion onto the scene, and he was subsequently loaned to Eredivisie side PSV Eindhoven in January, though they appear uninterested in making it a permanent stay.
Over the past few days it has been rumoured that Torino – who have just appointed former Milan boss Marco Giampaolo – are willing to offer Rodriguez an escape route, and multiple reports emerged on Thursday evening claiming a fee has been agreed.
According to Calciomercato.com, the player has now also agreed personal terms with the Granata, and will sign a four-year deal at €1.8million net per season plus bonuses.
His medical examinations are scheduled for early next week after an agreement between the two clubs was found yesterday during a meeting attended by Paolo Maldini, Ricky Massara and Torino’s sporting director Vagnati, as well as the player’s agent Gianluca Di Domenico.
Milan will receive €3m plus bonuses, with all of the above confirmed by MilanNews.