James Rodriguez up for snatches in summer as ‘Bayern opt against permanent deal’
Premier League clubs have been put on red alert with Bayern Munich not prone to sign James Rodriguez.
The Colombian is currently in the second season of a two-year credit with Bayern from Real Madrid.
There has been talk that he would sign permanently but Kicker reports Bayern are currently improbable to attempt and concur an arrangement.
What’s more, regardless of whether they do actuate the £38m discharge condition at Real, it will only be to sell him for a higher price.
The Colombian’s future will reportedly depend on whether he can patch things up with boss Niko Kovac and how Bayern’s season advances after a poor begin.
Rodriguez recently picked up a knee injury that could see him miss the remainder of the logbook year however he had been attempting to influence the beginning line-to up as of late.
Bayern have anchored the singing of France’s World Cup winning full-back Benjamin Pavard from Stuttgart for £31m for next season.
They are reportedly also considering signing Eintracht Frankfurt forward Luka Jovic, 20, in the late spring.
Bayern Munich currently sit in fifth place in the Bundesliga with 20 points after 11 matches played.