Reports: James Agrees Personal Terms With Man Utd
Reports: James Rodriguez Agrees Personal Terms With Manchester United
Real Madrid's James Rodriguez has reportedly agreed personal terms with Manchester United.
The 25-year-old is understood to be keen on leaving Los Blancos after failing to secure a starting spot under Zinedine Zidane.
The Spanish giants are reportedly prepared to sell the Colombian as a result, and Spanish outlet Diario Gol has claimed that Rodriguez has agreed personal terms with United.
However, the two clubs apparently still need to agree on a transfer fee, with Real said to be holding out for £61.2 million (R1.01 billion).
United, though, reportedly want to negotiate the fee, and a deal remains a long way off, according to the report.
Rodriguez joined Real for £63.75 million (R1.04 billion) in 2014, and has since made 111 appearances for Los Blancos, scoring 36 goals and assisting another 41 strikes.
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