James Rodriguez made a sensational move to Real Madrid two summers ago, but since then, has failed to register himself as a regular starter in the team. Therefore, he may now leave the club, as soon as January arrives.
About five clubs, namely Chelsea, Manchester United, PSG, Inter and Juventus are interested in the Colombian playmaker, and James has told the world that he will be making his decision within the next seven days.
James is currently in Colombia, spending time with his family as the La Liga is now on a winter break.
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According to AS Colombia, the visit to his homeland also has business purposes, as the midfielder is ready to apply for a British Visa, and that bodes well for Premier League interest.
The visa does not guarantee a deal, but certainly does help the cause. Whether this turns into a deal with Chelsea is yet to be seen.
The blues are in a rich vein of form, and adding James might just make them invincible – a scary prospect for all the other teams in the league race.
Real Madrid were initially facing a long term transfer ban, which has now been reduced till next summer, and this means that they will be able to bring in reinforcements in the next summer window. They can, however, sell players in the upcoming January window as well.