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AC MILAN - English and German inquiries on Ricardo RODRIGUEZ

14.11.2019 15.21 by Claudio Colla  read 471
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According to Corriere dello Sport, Swiss international left-back Ricardo Rodriguez (27), overshadowed by Theo Hernandez along the way of current season, might end up joining either Premier League or Bundesliga, since clubs from both leagues are inquiring him. Former Wolfsburg player, whom AC Milan purchased in summer 2017, on a 15 million euros transfer fee, is currently on a deal with Rossoneri until June 2021.

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