Real Madrid transfer: James Rodriguez left Real to move a new stop

Real Madrid transfer today – According to the Spanish press, Real Madrid attacking midfielder James Rodriguez is very close to joining Everton, the team of former teacher Carlo Ancelotti.


Everton is about to have James Rodriguez for £ 30 million
Everton is about to have James Rodriguez for £ 30 million

According to news from UK press about Real Madrid transfer today, after two seasons with Bayern Munich on loan, midfielder James Rodriguez returned to Real Madrid last summer but was not used by coach Zidane when he only started eight times on all fronts since the beginning of the 2019 season. 20. The player’s contract with the Bernabeu team is only valid until the summer of 2021, so it is almost certain that the Madrid team will find a way to get rid of it with an “expired” face.

It is known that in the Real Madrid transfer, they want to earn 30 million pounds from James Rodriguez and it is likely that the upcoming stop of the Colombian player will be Everton, the team is aiming to reach the future. The current coach of the Merseyside team, Carlo Ancelotti, worked with James at Real Madrid, so he understands the midfielder and is confident to revive his student.

It is expected that Everton will sign a 4-year contract with James Rodriguez and the player who made a strong impression at the 2014 World Cup finals will receive a salary of £ 100,000 / week. It is possible that with Real Madrid, James, professionally worthless, but knowing where in average clubs like Everton, this player will become a bright star, especially when working with a close coach.


Will the new dumping side bring Rodriguez a new future?
Will the new dumping side bring Rodriguez a new future?

In the Real Madrid transfer, Carlo Ancelotti is the “key” in bringing James Rodriguez to Everton. The expected transfer fee is about 25-30 million euros. With James returning under Ancelotti, he is expected to shine again as before. When led by Ancelotti, James reached his full potential in the 2014/15 season. That was when James scored 17 goals and had 18 assists after 46 appearances in all competitions for Real. By the time Ancelotti was appointed manager of Bayern Munich, he also brought him on loan.

The relationship between Ancelotti and James is very good and that is why this player accepted to Everton despite having many better options. Last week, James stated in an interview with Mexican media that his number one priority was to leave Real to go to a club that makes him happy and gain the coach’s trust. In addition to James, Everton is also closely following Watford’s Abdoulaye Doucoure. Like James, the 27-year-old French midfielder wants to move to Everton to work with coach Ancelotti.

After closing the James deal for Real Madrid transfer, Real will find a way to resolve Gareth Bale. Contrary to James (ready to negotiate with another club to leave), Bale is not interested in having coach Zinedine Zidane to play or not. He is willing to “sit back and play in the water”, enjoying a high salary. More importantly, neither club has offered Bale an offer.