Rodriguez keen on La Liga

Colombia forward James Rodriguez has admitted that he hopes to grace La Liga at some stage in the future.

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wozza (Manchester United) says...

@lee10c it would be if it wasn't for the likes of allerdyce.

Posted 7:10pm 30th June 2014

icmt88 (Liverpool) says...

If Isco wasn't Spanish, he'd be a shining light at this world cup just as Rodriguez has been, Madrid spent a fortune on him and don't need to ruin his career by having flavour of the tournament come in and bench him on the back of international performances. @bungle1976 totally agree, their benches/reserves would make mouth watering teams on their own!!

Posted 11:29am 30th June 2014

bungle1976 (Manchester United) says...

What a talent ! 2 of the goals of the tournament so far. Entirely predictable that the "Dyson" that is La Liga will hoover him up at some point. The scraps from the La Liga giants would be a feast to many. It's possible that a move to Real for him could mean one of the likes of Modric, Di Maria or Isco could be shipped out.

Posted 9:36am 30th June 2014

bun9 (Manchester United) says...

So a front 4 of Rodriguez, Bale, Ronaldo and Benzema! In the words of Charlie Higson I'm sorry I think I've just cum.

Posted 9:22am 30th June 2014

shea666 (Manchester United) says...

That'll be Gareth Bale shipped back to the p/l so....

Posted 1:25am 30th June 2014

lee10c (West Ham United) says...

i thought the prem was the best league in the world? So confused right now

Posted 9:55pm 29th June 2014

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