CM: Bayern Munich inquiring abut Milan defender

If UEFA rule to ban AC Milan from Europa league then the Rossoneri risk a real exodus this summer. Many are the players being monitored by other clubs, including Ricardo Rodriguez.

AC Milan defenders seem to be attracting a lot of attention on the market. Now it’s Bayern Munich that have expressed interest in the services of the Rossoneri’s left back Ricardo Rodriguez reports Borussia Dortmund have also been monitoring Rodriguez’s situation.

The 25 year old Swiss is not “untouchable” at Milan and for the right offer the Red and Blacks could be willing to sell. The possible Europa League ban would definitely facilitate such a move but would also impact the future of other Rossoneri stars. New Bayern coach Niko Kovac and sports director Hasan Salihamidzic are both fans of Rodriguez and considering a bid to bring him back in Germany.

The talented full back arrived last summer for 18 million euros from Wolfsburg but after a good start failed to live up to expectations. According to rumors coach Gattuso would not oppose such a move if both clubs manage to reach a deal. The Rosoneri are expected to receive an official offer in the coming days.

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