$235,000-a-week Playmaker Wants Man Utd Move – $67million will Seal Signing

Manchester United have already reinforced their back line by signing Swedish international Victor Lindelof from Benfica.

Now, Mourinho needs to improve his attacking department and Real Madrid stars like Morata and Rodriguez have been in the lime light.

As far as the Colombian playmaker is concerned, the Los Blancos are prepared to let him leave in the summer transfer window but are demanding a huge fee worth ($67million) 60 million euros (Don Balon).

The Spanish source claim that Zidane wants to sell James, moreover, the player has the desire to play for Manchester United. However, club president Florentino Perez is adamant that he wants at least 60 million euros and so far, the offers have not exceeded 40 million euros.

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Rodriguez’s currently (Star) earns around £185,000-a-week ($235,000-a-week) and his deal with the Los Blancos will expire in 2020.

The former Porto playmaker warmed the bench for the European Champions last season and another season like that would be disastrous for him. He is currently in his peak years and must play regular first team football.

In the last campaign, he directly contributed in 24 goals for Real in 33 outings. In your opinion, should United splash $67million to seal his signing?

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3 Responses to $235,000-a-week Playmaker Wants Man Utd Move – $67million will Seal Signing

  1. arcsunday says:

    Yes for £60m only

  2. Grigor says:

    First and foremost United needs a world class striker. Only after that other positions should be strengthened. and money spent.

  3. Eric says:

    For Rodriguez to be worth $67M, he should be a first team player. Otherwise, there are good reasons why he isn’t and why Real is willing to let him go. If memory serves me correct, the work ethic Rodriguez brings to the game and his conditioning have always been marks against him. There is no reason for United to take a leap of faith on this player. I think the money can be invested better elsewhere.