User information
Username:
Password:
Auto login:

New user click here.
Lost your password click here.
 
 
News search
Search:
 
 
Sponsor
 
 
Newsletter
 
 
Article
News
Tuesday 10. September 2019 - 09:20

James Rodriguez hoping this can be his season at Real Madrid

After two years away on loan and an off-season dominated by speculation, the Colombian wants to make an impact in Madrid.


James Rodriguez is hoping to become an important player for Real Madrid this season after staying with the La Liga giants.


Atletico Madrid and Napoli were heavily linked with the Colombian playmaker, who was tipped to leave Madrid in the off-season.


But James stayed and started for Madrid for the first time since May 2017 in their 1-1 draw with Real Valladolid on August 24.


After two years away on loan at Bayern Munich and an off-season dominated by speculation, James wants to make an impact in the Spanish capital.


"I really hope that this can be my season with Real Madrid," James told  El Chiringuito.


James is currently recovering from a calf injury sustained in action for Madrid prior to the international break.


The injury ruled James out of Colombia's friendlies against Br azil and Venezuela but he said he hopes to be fit for Real's next match against Levante on September 14.


Zinedine Zidane's Madrid have only won one of their opening three matches following back-to-back draws, leaving them four points adrift of leaders Atletico Madrid.


After returning to the Santiago Bernabeu last month, James admitted it was a "unique feeling" to be back.


"Back at the Bernabeu after a long time," James wrote on Twitter after a 1-1 draw with Real Valladolid.


"It was a unique feeling. Thanks to the fans for the support. We will continue to work in order to improve."


Zidane praised James after that match, with the 28-year-old managing to impress despite a lingering injury.


"James played a good match, he left the pitch because he was a little hurt and we prefer to not take risks," Zidane told reporters.


"But he did a good job, especially in the first half."


James joined Real from Monaco in 2014 for an undisclosed fee and after three seasons in Spain was loaned out for two years to Bayern.


The Colombian made 20 league appearances for the Bundesliga champions last season, scoring seven goals and contributing three assists.

 
Provided by: Frank Henriksen
 
 
Fan box

Fan gear

MMSport have lots of Real Madrid gear, just waiting for you. They do everything they can, to get the latest gear to make you a bling bling fan. Click here

Real Madrid Tickets

We can provide tickets for all of Real Madrids games. Just click here, and select from all the games.

Soccer training guide

Soccer training guide is a site that will help you increase your overall soccer skills. You will get tips and advices on how to shoot, pass, dribble and much more.
 
 
Top site buttons