James Rodriguez chooses Chelsea!

December 20, 2016

James Rodriguez is being offered to Premier League sides as the wantaway forward looks for a transfer away from Real Madrid.

Sportsmail understands that Rodriguez prefers a move to league leaders Chelsea after Real told the Colombian that he was free to leave the Santiago Bernabeu.

A transfer away from Madrid is being put together by super-agent Jorge Mendes, who also represents Cristiano Ronaldo, David de Gea and Jose Mourinho.

James Rodriguez is being offered to Premier League sides ahead of the January window

Sportsmail understands the Colombian international forward prefers a transfer to Chelsea

2007-2008: Envigado

30 appearances, 9 goals

2008-2010: Banfield

50 appearances, 10 goals

2010-2013: Porto

105 appearances, 32 goals

2013-2014: Monaco

38 appearances, 12 goals

2014-: Real Madrid

94 appearances, 27 goals

Real’s willingness to see Rodriguez depart represents a significant change in attitude for the club after they had their transfer ban overturned.

Zinedine Zidane’s side were initially banned from registering new players for the next two transfer windows, but a Court of Arbitration in Sport ruling has overturned FIFA’s verdict.

The ban has now been reduced and Real can make new signings from the start of the summer transfer window.

Rodriguez himself has refused to deny suggestions he could leave Spain’s capital in the January window.

‘I can’t assure I will stay at Real Madrid,’ he said after his side won the Club World Cup.

Real have decided to let Rodriguez go after their two window transfer ban was overturned

‘I have offers and seven days left to think about my future.

‘I am happy in Madrid, but I want to play more. I have a bitter feeling as I wanted to play the final, but I am happy for the title. It’s my 15th title in my career.’

Reports in Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport suggested he could move to Juventus, while Rodriguez has also been linked with Inter Milan or a move to China.

Rodriguez has admitted that he would not rule out a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu

SOURCE: dailymail.co.uk

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