All the Premier League clubs are on red alert as the midfielder is ready to move this summer. Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool are amongst the teams looking to sign him.
Colombian International James Rodriguez could be on his way to Premier League as reports emerge of clubs’ interest in signing the attacking midfielder.
James Rodriguez currently plays for Bayern Munich on loan from Spanish club Real Madrid. Although there is an option to make his move to Bayern Munich permanent, it is unlikely he will continue at the German club.
However, he has attracted interests from multiple Premier League clubs including Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool.
James Rodriguez’s impressive performance for Colombia in the FIFA World Cup 2014 helped him attract the interests of top European clubs. He eventually joined Real Madrid in the summer transfer window of 2014.
He is a versatile attacker capable of playing in midfield and in attacking although his preferred position is behind the strikers as an attacking midfielder. While playing for Real Madrid, he won La Liga once and UEFA Champions League twice. He has also won UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup twice with the Spanish club.
In 2017, he joined Bayern Munich on loan from Real Madrid, in order to get more playing time. He has now won two Bundesliga and a DFB Pokal Cup with Bayern Munich.
Manchester United are looking for top quality players to add to their roster. Their star man Paul Pogba is linked with an exit while many others are also slated to leave the club. Rodriguez could be a quality addition to their midfield.
Meanwhile, Arsenal have Aaron Ramsey joining Juventus this summer. By signing Rodriguez, they will have a versatile attacking midfielder who could make the difference for the North Londoner.
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are reported to be another party interested in him and but it remains to be seen if he will be assured of playing time at Merseyside.
Rodriguez really needs to find a new club to revive his career. He once was considered to be the next big thing. The player still has what it takes decide games and a move to Premier League seems to be the ideal option for the Colombian.