James Rodriguez Transfer Decision Made By Real Madrid Amid Arsenal And Man Utd Interest

Real Madrid has no plan to bring James Rodriguez back into the first-team picture next season.
The Colombian is in the second of a two-year loan spell with Bayern Munich but they are not expected to activate the option to sign him permanently.
Rodriguez had previously hinted he would return to Real Madrid this summer and look to work his way back into their plans.
But even though he has gained Spanish citizenship and will no longer occupy one of the three slots for non-EU players, he does not fit into Zinedine Zidane’s thoughts.
MARCA reports Real won’t change their plans to involve Rodriguez, despite freeing up space for another foreign player.
Bayern Munich’s James Rodriguez (Image: REUTERS)

It is suggested a move to the Premier League could be on the cards with the 27-year-old having been linked with a host of clubs in the past.

Arsenal and Liverpool have been credited with an interest while Manchester United have been keeping tabs on his situation.
Rodriguez has been mooted as a possible replacement for Juan Mata, who is out of contract at Old Trafford this summer.
Serie A giants Juventus and Napoli are also following his progress and could rival United for a bid this summer.


Zidane with James Rodriguez (Image: Angel Martinez/Real Madrid via Getty Images)

Real are keen to move Rodriguez on to increase their transfer kitty ahead of a summer overhaul.
Chelsea’s Eden Hazard remains at the top of their wishlist while Zidane has confirmed his interest in United midfielder Paul Pogba.
Speaking after scoring twice against West Ham, Hazard said: “For now I am just focusing on Chelsea until the end of the season.
“I want to finish top four and Europa League, we still have a lot to do and then we will see.”

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