Real Madrid will sell James Rodriguez to chase Chelsea’s Eden Hazard… and the Colombian will be handed Wayne Rooney’s No 10 at Manchester United
- James Rodriguez has been linked with Manchester United move this summer
- Real Madrid are willing to sell the Colombian to pursue Chelsea’s Eden Hazard
- Playmaker has it written into his adidas contract that he has to wear the No 10
- The Spanish club still keen to drag United’s rivals Chelsea into a bidding war
- President Florentino Perez determined to mark summer with Hazard’s signing
James Rodriguez out and Chelsea’s Eden Hazard in – that is the condition that Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has before him as the clock ticks down to the most recent day of the season.
Two No 10s who could end the season as association victors – one destined for the Premier League, the other headed for La Liga.
Rodriguez’s exceptionally guided wave farewell toward supporters when he was substituted on Sunday in Real Madrid’s last home round of the season affirmed what Colombian station Radio Cadena Nacional (RCN) had communicate 24 hours before.
The 25-year-old Madrid marked for £60million in 2014, and who is spoken to by Jose Mourinho’s operator Jorge Mendes, had concurred terms with Manchester United.
It wasn’t only a short wave to the stands as he strolled off the pitch; Rodriguez halted and did the full 360 and the supporters reacted — he has not generally been their most loved player but rather they knew a thank you and goodnight when they saw one.
Because Rodriguez has concurred terms with United does not mean United have concurred with Real Madrid and the Spanish club are as yet quick to drag Chelsea into an offering war.
Genuine know marking Hazard remains a probability on the grounds that there are few preferred choices to supplant Hazard over the Colombian global — president Perez chose he needed Hazard to be the club’s enormous summer marking mid-crusade.