Angelino and Patrik Schick are now expected to return to their parent clubs when their loan deals with RB Leipzig expire at the end of the season.
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RB Leipzig will probably not be able to tie Patrik Schick and Angelino down to permanent deals at the end of the season, according to Kicker.
Schick and Angelino, who are on loan from AS Roma and Manchester City respectively, looked likely to join 'Die Roten Bullen' permanently just a few weeks ago.
But given the financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, RB Leipzig seem highly unlikely to trigger the release clauses of the two loanees, who would cost around €30 million each, as per Kicker.
Following his summer move from AS Roma, Schick has made 19 appearances in a Leipzig shirt with seven goals and three assists to his name.
Angelino, who made the move to Germany from Manchester City in January, has scored once and made two assists in eight games for 'Die Roten Bullen'.