Real Madrid's James Rodriguez has an uncertain future at the club. Not a regular under Zinedine Zidane, the player could end up being seduced by huge offers from elsewhere -- namely China.
According to journalist Eduardo Inda on 'El Chiringuito', the player's representatives have three offers on the table from the Chinese league which are worth a fortune.
Hebei (managed by Manuel Pellegrini), Guangzhou (by Luis Felipe Scolari) and Shanghai Shenhua, who have just signed Carlos Tevez, are the three candidates in the running for James.
The player has a 50 million euro release clause and president Florentino Perez does not want him to leave, given James provides important income in South America. "He's one of the best in the world and it's not easy to find players like him," Perez has said before.
And on Monday, at FIFA's 'The Best' gala, he assured that Madrid "have no offers from China for James or for Cristiano Ronaldo."
James has previously suggested he'd like to move, although backtracked after his two goals in last week's Copa del Rey win against Sevilla. It looks like he will stay in the Spanish capital until the summer at least.