James Rodriguez, the former Real Madrid star, clarifies his position on returning to the ranks of the Royal Club.
The Colombian player James Rodriguez, the former Real Madrid star and the current Everton, confirmed the difficulty of his return to the Royal Club in the coming period.
This came in a press statement made by the player to the Colombian newspaper “Semana”, during which he confirmed that his career at Real Madrid ended with a move to Everton.
When asked about his future and the possibility of returning to Real Madrid, James said: “I don’t know, but I think that won’t happen, and if I stay for another year at Everton, that’s okay.”
The Colombian added: “I don’t think Carlo Ancelotti will take me there, my circle with Real Madrid has already been completed.”
James played for Real Madrid between 2014 and 2020, before leaving for Everton and working with Carlo Ancelotti again.
Real Madrid announced the return of Carlo Ancelotti to its ranks, starting from the new season, after the departure of Zinedine Zidane from Real Madrid.
It is worth noting that James had played 125 games in the Real Madrid shirt, scored 37 goals, and assisted 41 goals.