Real Madrid Offer James Rodriguez to Manchester United
As new Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho goes about his summer transfer concerns, the Premier League giants have been told they can have unsettled Real Madrid star James Rodriguez before the start of next season. Colombia playmaker Rodriguez, who joined Real for a whopping £56million after a sensational 2014 World Cup, has fallen down the pecking order in the Spanish capital and could be available to United for around £50m, according to the Mirror.
Manchester United have been told they can have unsettled Real Madrid star James Rodriguez this summer.
Colombia star Rodriguez, who joined Real for £56million after the 2014 World Cup, but could be available to United for around £50m.
Reports in Spain claim Rodriguez has put his house up for sale, with his Madrid future uncertain after he failed to secure a regular starting place last season.
Spanish media report that the former Porto and Monaco midfielder has put his house up for sale, with his Madrid future uncertain following a lack of regular first team football last season. Rodriguez, 24, was an unused substitute as Zinedine Zidane’s men secured a record-extending 11th Champions League crown against Atletico Madrid in May, a situation he wants changed in the coming season. Also, the player shares the same agent, Jorge Mendes, as United boss Mourinho and any move could now be accelerated following Colombia’s semifinal exit from the Copa America Centanario.
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