Real Madrid winger James Rodriguez is frustrated with the lack of first-team action under Zinedine Zidane and is ready to leave the club at the end of this season.
The Colombian has been a squad player since the departure of Carlo Ancelotti and he is prepared to kick-start his career with a move elsewhere. The playmaker joined Real Madrid in 2014 for a fee of £63m but has failed to live up to expectations with the Spanish giants.
There is no doubt that Manchester United will be able to afford a player like him. Furthermore, he would also suit them perfectly. The Red Devils are crying out for a top-class winger like him.
Rodriguez’s style of play should benefit him in the Premier League. Alongside Mkhitaryan, Martial and Rashford, the Colombian could form a devastating attacking quarter at Old Trafford next season if the Red Devils can now agree on a fee with Los Blancos.