The Colombian was a player who loved playing for Real Madrid, and he experienced all the emotions that come with wearing a T-shirt at one of the largest clubs in the world.

James wants to leave Madrid

After a tough return season with Real Madrid, the days of James Rodriguez with Los Merengues are numbered, as he intends to leave at the end of the 2019/20 season. The Colombian was a player who loved playing for Real Madrid, and he experienced all the emotions that come with wearing a T-shirt at one of the largest clubs in the world. Having received a crowd from the bumper when presented as a new signature in 2014, James took this momentum into his debut campaign. He was excellent under the leadership of Carlo Ancelotti. He scored 13 goals in 29 matches and had the full confidence of the Italian coach, but the change of coach led to the fact that the Colombian could not fit into Zinedine Zidane’s system in the coming, so he was sent on loan to Bayern Munich for two years.

Rodriguez’s trust with fans has fallen

But he had every intention of returning. He felt that there were still chapters to be written in Madrid, and he returned to Los Merengues in the summer of 2019 but knowing that the Spanish club intended to sell him. Zidane’s return to the coaching position at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu paid. It was believed that James had any chance to return and be a starter. However, transfers to Napoli and Atletico Madrid collapsed. So it quickly became apparent that he would spend another season with the French coach. Unfortunately, his trust with fans has fallen, especially as conversations about his behavior began to appear out of sight and commitment. In 2019/20, James played only eight matches and was injured, but when he had a chance to play, he did not make the most of them.

Real Madrid are very close to winning the domestic championship, but it isn’t easy to understand how the Colombian will get some more minutes. The fact, plus the absence of fans in the stands, means that a cordial farewell to those who still support him is unlikely.