In January, Ricardo Rodriguez left AC Milan as PSV Eindhoven signed him on a six-month loan. Although the move was mainly sparked by the Euros, which has since been cancelled, it has been positive for the Swiss international.
According to today’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews.it), the left-back could return to Milan at the end of the season. In fact, PSV are having second thoughts about signing Rodriguez on a permanent basis.
By the looks of it, there isn’t an official redemption price but the most likely hypothesis is that the clubs have a gentleman’s agreement. Due to the Coronavirus effects, though, PSV are only willing to buy Rodriguez in the event of a discount.
Before the Dutch league was cancelled, the 27-year-old managed to make six appearances for a total of 448 minutes. With Theo Hernandez as the undisputed starter, it’s hard to imagine a future at Milan for Rodriguez.