United don’t need James this summer

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Is this starlet really the best transfer target for Man United?

Date: 8th July 2014 at 6:41pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

The World Cup has lost some of its splendour following the elimination of Colombia at the hands of hosts Brazil. Where it was initially debated how the nation would navigate the tournament without star striker Radamel Falcao – nevertheless with plenty of options available to Jose Pekerman – it proved to be 22-year-old James Rodriguez who shone brightest for his country. The Monaco midfielder is hot property after his six-goal exploit across five games this summer. He’s a supreme talent who’s taking the steps to becoming the next European superstar, and with indications coming out of the Ligue 1 club that they’re open to selling, James’ future will more than likely be at one of Europe’s traditional powerhouses. Manchester United, in a bid to forget the reported incident in which they snubbed a move for James while he was still in South America and instead opted for Bebe, have been one of two destinations thrown into discussion about James’ immediate future. The other is Real Madrid. During his Porto ... Read More

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