About 3.5 months after his departure from FC Emmen, Ricardo van Rhijn has found a new club.

The eight-time international of Orange signed on Tuesday until the end of the season with Karlsruher SC (KSC), which plays in the 2. Bundesliga.

Van Rhijn joined Emmen a year ago, which took him over from sc Heerenveen.

The right back has not been in action for the club from Drenthe since mid-February, which was relegated to the Kitchen Champion Division.

At the end of 2011, Van Rhijn made his professional debut at Ajax, for which he played until the summer of 2016.

He became champion three times with the team from Amsterdam and became an international, but did not continue the upward trend.

In the summer of 2016, Van Rhijn left for Club Brugge, which leased him to AZ after a year.

The Alkmaarders took over the native from Leiden after one season and let him leave for Heerenveen a year later.

Van Rhijn, who has not been a basic player for long in recent years, has been attracted to KSC due to a cruciate ligament injury of regular right back Sebastian Jung.

After ten rounds, Karlsruher SC is in seventh place in the 2. Bundesliga.

The club from southwestern Germany last played at the highest level in the 2008/2009 season.

Ricardo van Rhijn wore the Orange shirt eight times.

Ricardo van Rhijn wore the Orange shirt eight times.

Photo: ANP

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