Ricardo Rodriguez could be on his way to Milan next week. The rossoneri have reached a deal with Wolfsburg for 15 millions plus 3 in bonuses.
MILAN TRANSFER NEWS – Milan appears to be unstoppable in this summer transfer session. After signing Musacchio from Villarreal and Kessie from Atalanta the rossoneri have secured Wolfsburg’s left back Ricardo Rodriguez. The 24 year old is expected to arrive in Milanello next week to undergo medical tests. After losing Kolasinac who preferred to join Arsenal, Fassone and Mirabelli went all in on the young defender.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport Milan’s executives have reach an agreement with Wolfsburg to sign Ricardo Rodriguez for 15 millions euros plus 3 millions in bonuses. Personal terms with the player have been reached for a while. Ricardo Rodriguez has a releasing clause of 22 million euros with Wolfsburg but Fassone and Mirabelli managed to close the deal for much less.
If this numbers are confirmed, Milan’s two key figures will once again prove their value to any doubter. Italian media reports that next week Ricardo Rodriguez will undergo medical tests and sign a new contract with AC Milan.
Excluding surprises Ricardo Rodriguez will be the third signing of the Chinese era. Excluding the surprises because the rossoneri are close to signing Lucas Biglia and a deal can be reached with Lazio in weekend. Milan have been very vulnerable on the left and De Sciglio has proven to be very error prone. His days at Milan seem numbered and Milan has yet to propose the renewal.
Ricardo Rodriguez, 24 year old, despite his young age is a very experienced player. He has been part of Wolfsburg for 6 years playing 184 matches and scoring 22 goals. Since 2011 he is also part of the Switzerland national team. Rodríguez is known for being equally adept at defending as he is going forward. He is widely considered as a complete defender, good in the air and a continual attacking threat. The left back has become known for his pinpoint crossing and accurate left foot. The perfect defender for manager Montella’s vision of play.