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James Rodriguez rules out a return to Real

Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez has said there is no question for him to be reunited with his former club Real.

James Rodriguez has completely ruled out the idea of ​​yet another return to Real Madrid.

The midfielder spent six years with the Spanish giants, with a two-season loan at Bayern Munich in the middle. He left the Spanish capital permanently last summer to join Everton, but rumors of a possible return began to circulate when coach Carlo Ancelotti left the Toffees to join the Santiago Bernabeu.

A reunion with his mentor has been mentioned, but the former Monegasque has assured that he was not interested in a return to Madrid. When asked by an admirer if he would return to the Merengues, Rodriguez said on Twitch: “No, I don’t think so. It’s a closed cycle now, and it’s not going to repeat itself.”

James in doubt about his future

Rodriguez’s future has been in question since Rafael Benitez replaced Ancelotti at the head of the English team. The Spaniard recently hinted that the former Monaco star could be sold and Rodriguez admits he doesn’t know where he will be next season. “They ask me a lot where I’m going to play. I don’t know, the truth is it’s a pretty complicated question. We’ll see what happens,” did he declare.

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“I don’t want to say yes and no, because I don’t know. I train well and hard. I don’t know what’s going to happen, I don’t know where I’m going to play. In football and in football. life, no one knows anything. I train hard, I prepare well, I train for myself and that’s it. You have to think about the present and the present is there, I train hard so that everything happens “, he added.

The Colombian strategist has evolved in his career in England, Spain, Germany, France and Portugal. Among the major championships, there is only Italy where he could not make his classes. And the person admits that an experience in Serie A intrigues him. “I don’t know where I’m going to go. I have to be where they want me to be, he confided. I’ve played in each of these championships before, Italy remains, but I don’t know. It would be a good option, but in the future I don’t know if it will happen. I haven’t played in Italy it’s true, and it would be nice to complete this list. “

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