James Rodriguez is at crossroads as his future at Real Madrid is up in the air and speculations have it that Manchester United have returned to the race to sign him, MARCA reports.
It’s become clear that Zinedine Zidane has no place for the Colombian in his plans with the Spanish champions, meaning he’ll have to find a new club in order to receive playing time.
A number of clubs have expressed an interest in signing the player, but his salary of eight million euros per season is what seems to stand as a barrier.
Manchester United are planning to meet with James’ representative Jorge Mendes this coming week, after the conclusion of the Premier League.
It’s reported that the English side will make an initial offer of 25 million euros to Real Madrid to land the 29-year-old.
Despite having a year left on his contract, James is looking to leave Real Madrid this summer and he sees the Premier League and Serie A as potential destinations.