- Real are considering bringing back James Rodriguez this summer
- The 27-year-old is currently tied down to Bayern Munich on a two-year loan
- Los Blancos will need about £35m to seal the deal
Real Madrid’s quest to bring in quality addition this summer may force the Los Blancos to splash out a stunning £35million to re-sign their own player James Rodriguez.
According to a UK Sun report citing El Pais German champions Bayern have the option to sign Rodriguez on a permanent deal for £37.7million at any point of his loan deal at the Allianz Arena.
Despite having the likes of Eden Hazard and Kylian Mbappe on their radar, the Los Blancos transfer deal has been surprisingly slow with money to splash after Cristiano Ronaldo’s sale.
At the last count Real Madrid have completed the signing of Brazilian ace Vinicius Junior at the age of 18 and won’t be urging the youngster to deliver quickly.
The Galaticos eggheads are now looking out to cough out another £35million on a player they initially bought for £71m in 2014.
Speaking about his future recently the 27-year-old Rodriguez hinted that his future does not lie in Bernabeu but Bundesliga.
"I think my future is here. There are a lot of rumours, they talk about a lot of clubs, but right now I'm thinking about Bayern Munich.
"When I look back at my first year at Bayern I am very happy. This year I want to win more trophies and also be a big help to the team.
"We have a team that works well together and so everything is possible. I want to win the Champions League with Bayern Munich whatever it takes,” he was quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Financial Fair Play regulations could force Paris St-Germain to sell their Brazilian forward Neymar or forfeit their deal to make Kylian Mbappe's loan deal permanent.
UEFA will decide whether or not to sanction PSG for violating financial Fair Play rules which could bring Real Madrid closer to signing one of the two stars.
Los Blancos could reactivate negotiations with the Brazilian star even after the player has stated he wants to remain at Parc des Princes.
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