English duo compete to borrow James Rodriguez in January

English duo compete to borrow James Rodriguez in January

Colombian playmaker James Rodriguez faces an uncertain future with his Real Madrid team this season, with many clubs seeking his services.

The English duo of Arsenal and Everton have entered into a competition to sign James Rodriguez on loan in the current winter transfer window.

James Rodriguez returned to Real Madrid at the beginning of this season, after the end of his two-year loan to Bayern Munich, and has played in only 11 games this season, and has not played in the league since mid-October due to injury.

Arsenal and Everton compete to sign James Rodriguez from Real Madrid

The Daily Mirror quoted Spanish reports as saying that Arsenal and Everton are in competition to borrow James Rodriguez until the end of the season.

Real Madrid boss Florentino Pérez estimates the Colombian player's value for £34million and it is believed that the club's management will not mind sending James on loan to sell him permanently next summer.

Arsenal has a good working relationship with Real Madrid after the latter allowed the latter to loan his player Dani Ceballos earlier this season to Arsenal.

On the other hand, James has already played under Ancelotti at Real Madrid and Bayern Munich and requested his inclusion last summer while he was coaching Napoli. To ask for him back at Everton.

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