The Colombian international moved to the Bernabeu after claiming the Golden Boot award at the 2014 World Cup with a six-goal haul that also saw him claim the 2014 Puskas award.
But the 24-year-old has struggled to impress in the Spanish capital and most particularly under current Los Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane, who took the managerial reigns from Rafa Benitez in January.
That has lead to heavy speculation regarding the attacking midfielder’s future head of the summer transfer window, with Manchester United one of the clubs reportedly looking to take him off Real Madrid’s hands.
La Liga expert Guillem Balague regularly responds to readers’ questions in his weekly review of the Spanish top flight on Sky Sports’ website.
And when quizzed on Manchester United’s interest in Rodriguez, he replied; “The situation is he belongs to Jorge Mendes and he has been talking to other clubs.
“Real Madrid will accept offers, but at the moment there is none and they want to recover some of the money they spent on him. Keep an eye on that.”