World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez has agreed to join Real Madrid according to reports in Spain.
Real Madrid have agreed a £65million with the French side Monaco for their star player Rodriguez.
The Colombian’s impressive performances at the World Cup has caught Real Madrid’s eye. Rodriguez scored six goals in five games and won the Golden Boot award ahead of Lionel Messi(4 goals) and Thomas Muller(5 goals) who both played seven games.
Rodriguez has already expressed his desire to play for Madrid in the past. He told few days ago: “It's really flattering to know that a club like Madrid, of such magnitude, are interested in me. It would be a dream to sign for the team of my dreams.”
Monaco signed Rodriguez from Portuguese side Porto for £35million last year and looks set to deport the player to Real Madrid for almost the double amount they paid to Porto.
Real Madrid who have already landed Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos look set to bolster their squad further.
Sami Khedira who is on the verge of joining Arsenal is set to be replaced by Kroos while Rodriguez will be replacing Argentinian attacker Angel di Maria who is also close is agreeing a deal with the French side Paris Saints Germain.