James Rodriguez has a 'verbal agreement' with Manchester United

The Colombian is reportedly set for a Premier League move

James has grown tired of a lack of minutes under Zinedine Zidane

James Rodríguez dejará el Real Madrid
James Rodríguez dejará el Real Madrid | AFP

Real Madrid's James Rodriguez has decided to leave the club at the end of the season. James has grown tired and, despite playing well, has seen that he doesn't have a place in Zinedine Zidane's side and feels the best thing now is a change of scenery. 


And it's been reported that the Colombian attacker has a verbal agreement with a Premier League club. RCN Radio's Antonio Casale has revealed that the club in question is Manchester United and that James has a deal in place to join them next season. 

According to the same reports, the move now depends on United's current No.10, Wayne Rooney, who could leave the club for another English side this summer or even move to China.  

James is not the only Madrid player United would like to sign, given they've always been very interested in bringing Gareth Bale back to the Premier League. The Welshman has had an injury-hit season at the Bernabeu. 



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