James Rodríguez to his legated to Japan with the Madrid

Goodbye Definite to the Real Madrid?

They warn that James already transacts his visa for England

Published:20/12/2016 - 20:57h

Updated:20/12/2016 - 20:57h

According to Colombian means, the midfield player of the Real Madrid James Rodríguez already would find in his natal Colombia. A trip to spend the holidays in family and, as they sustain, transact the necessary visa to play in the Premier League

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If James Rodríguez already had foot and half out of the Real Madrid after his statements after the final of the World-wide of Clubs, now already could be almost out of the white club. The favourable sentence of the TAS to the group merengue that will allow him fichar in summer does that it do not have to retain to the mediapunta cafetero.

And this is something that James knows it to spare, by what could accelerate his exit. To where? Everything does to indicate that it would be to the Premier League and to Chelsea, the team that more interest has showed in him and that would have the quantity of necessary money to carry it.

What confirms since all would go very seriously is that the player, according to Colombian means, would have taken advantage of his holidays in Colombia to take out the necessary visa to work in England. Like this then , James would have personado in the embassy of Bogota after arriving of Japan with this intention. 

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