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Name James Rodriguez
Gender Male
Ethnic Colombian
Job Colombian Footballer
Desc Luis Campos’ arrival at Monaco in the summer of 2013 coincided with a galacticos-style splurge from the principality club. Their most expensive acquisition was Rodriguez, who joined from Porto for £40.5million. The attacking midfielder impressed at the Stade Louis II, scoring 10 goals in 38 games before joining Real Madrid after a star-making turn at the 2014 World Cup. After three years and two Champions Leagues, Rodriguez was loaned to Bayern Munich, where he added two Bundesligas to his trophy cabinet before returning to the Spanish capital this season

Affiliation

Org Colombian National Team
Club as Player Real Madrid
  Bayern Munich [Loan]
  Real Madrid

Relationship

Agent Jorge Mendes

2015 04 26 Retrieve

[James Rodriguez says Javier Hernandez is reaping the rewards of being patient after helping fire Real Madrid to a 4-2 win over Celta Vigo on Sunday] Chicharito is doing really well. He’s training hard and I’m happy for him. It’s so fair what is happening to him now, he has been patient. Ancelotti asked us for more control in the second half. They were attacking a lot, but in the second half we knew how to control the game. They leave spaces, so Real Madrid are much more dangerous and have players who can take advantage of that

2016 11 30 Retrieve

[James Rodríguez capitalised on a rare chance in the starting lineup to score] James Rodríguez capitalised on a rare chance in the starting lineup to score

2017 07 15 Retrieve

[New Bayern Munich signing James Rodriguez speaks about his admiration for Bayern Munich] The Bundesliga is very attractive and I always watched Bayern games as a kid because it’s a very big club. Bayern is an historic club and everybody knows what it represents on the world stage. I’m very proud to be only the second Colombian [after Adolfo Valencia] to play for Bayern. I want to make history here

2017 07 29 Retrieve

[James Rodriguez speaks of his admiration for former goalkeeper Oliver Kahn] Bayern Munich is just as big a club as Real Madrid, if not even bigger. I always had a lot of respect for Bayern, but when I was mulling over the move to Munich, I looked at the squad and thought: ‘There’s just as many stars here as at Real and the quality is exactly the same. Above all, I remember Oliver Kahn - one of the biggest personalities in world football. He always represented FC Bayern’s never-say-die mentality. Oliver Kahn has a very strong character and he always wanted to win, something I connect to this club. Many players have become legends in Munich