Official: James Rodriguez Signs For Bayern Munich In €10m, Two-Year Loan Arrangement

Chris Wright

11th, July 2017


His name’s Bond, James Rodriguez, and he’s just signed for Bayern Munich from Real Madrid in a slightly unorthodox arrangement.

The Bavarians broke the news via a club statement issued this morning, confirming that the Colombian has joined them on a two-year loan…

According to BILD, James will cost them €5million per season (wages not included) after which, in 2019, they will have the option to buy him outright for €35.2million.

After seducing everybody with his talismanic performances at the 2014 World Cup, it’s easy to think of the attacking midfielder’s subsequent three-year stint at the Bernabeu as something of a wash-out.

However, he still managed to make 111 appearances, scoring 36 goals and prof erring forth 41 assists despite never fully attaining first-pick status – and he’s still only 25 too.

Bayern might have just got themselves an incredible bargain, as if that squad needed any further strengthening!

Posted in Bundesliga, Real Madrid, Transfers & Rumours

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  1. Supervillan says:

    Chris, can someone tell me what this multipass bullshit is about? Even if I wanted to pay for content, which I don’t, it wont even let me click the link. This site has been going steadily downhill since I started visiting about 5 years back. This may be the final nail in the coffin for me.

    • jackie wilshere says:

      Supervillan Chris responded to a similar comment on another article. he said its a mistake and can likely be fixed by clearer browser cache…
      ….as for your comments about the writing going downhill, youre on your own with that one!

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