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Transfer News: Arsenal, Manchester United prepare bids to sign Real Madrid star accessible for cut-price

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Arsenal, Manchester United prepare bids to sign Real Madrid star accessible for cut-price

Arsenal and Manchester United are allegedly among the clubs keen on signing James Rodriguez.

Real Madrid James Rodriguez remains a huge name with a lot of common talent. In any case, his career has been on a descending lately.

In spite of that, reports claims that many of Premier League sides are thinking about moves for him. With Real Madrid cutting his asking price to around £22.5m.

Among those named are Arsenal and Manchester United, who are both in the market for another attacking midfielder this summer.

The Real Madrid playmaker despite everything feels he can do well and is supposed to be available to a move to England.

Manchester United are hoping to fortify their imaginative choices, with Juan Mata allegedly observing a move to Turkey.

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been intrigued by the pair of Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba in ongoing games. However, questions still remain over the Pogba’s future at Old Trafford.

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Arsenal, in the mean time, has many central midfielders. However, they are taking a look at Rodriguez as a possible swap for Mesut Ozil.

Given his ongoing form, James Rodriguez may be a risk, but it could be a bet worth taking at £22.5m.

Reports also asserts that Everton and Wolves are admirers for the player. Notwithstanding, both Napoli and Juventus are said to have cooled their interest.

Real Madrid star James Rodriguez says he was in talks with Manchester United at some point in his career and that a “great” move to the club crumbled the previous summer.

James Rodriguez grabbed the attention at Porto in the 2012/13 season, after which reports connected United with a dive.

He moved to Monaco in the summer of 2013, and joined Real Madrid after the 2014 World Cup.

Later reports have again connected Manchester United with a move and the Colombian says he has consistently “respected” the club.

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