Every single transfer window involves a high profile saga which seems to drag on for almost the entirety of the summer and this year it is likely that James Rodriguez’s protracted move away from Real Madrid will take on this role. The Colombian will leave the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu this summer with several clubs interested
After a week in which Manchester United were heavily linked with a summer move for James Rodriguez, the Colombian playmaker did little to pour cold water over such speculation when he engaged in what felt like an emotional farewell with the Bernabeu on Sunday evening. Rodriguez was substituted midway through the second-half of Real Madrid’s
In a recent statement to AS, James Rodriguez’s agent Jorge Mendes has seemingly ruled out a January exit for the Colombia international. Rodriguez, who hasn’t had the best of times at Real Madrid, has been linked with a host of top sides including Chelsea and Manchester United. As reported by Goal: “James Rodriguez will not leave
James Rodriguez has set newspapers alight with his claim that he has a week to decide his future and that he is close to leaving Real Madrid. The Colombian had this to say: “I can’t promise I will stay at Real Madrid. I have offers and seven days to think [about them].” Conte to
Rumors continue to run wild with the latest man involved: Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez. According to recent reports, Chelsea are set to make a whopping offer for the Colombian playmaker in January. As reported by the Daily Express: “The Colombian has been in and out of Zinedine Zidane’s side this season and is reportedly frustrated
James Rodriguez isn’t the kind of creative player you’d expect to see coming out of South America. His skill and creativity are paramount to his play and but the manner he performs in is very different, a lot more effort into the end product and a lot less going into the flair of his game.
Much was expected of James Rodriguez when he arrived at Real Madrid with an €80 m price tag last summer. Having made a huge impression playing for his country at the World Cup, the Colombian was under pressure to hit the ground running in Spain. He also had the unenviable task of filling the void