Man United transfer boost… Ambitious target unhappy at Real Madrid

Manchester United have been given a transfer boost, with reports Goal claiming that James Rodriguez has grown unsettled at Real Madrid.

The Colombian attacking midfielder signed for the Spaniards in a mega money deal from Monaco after shining at the 2014 World Cup, and performed well as the club finished as runners-up in La Liga last term.

Recent reports have suggested that United are pondering a surprise move for the 24-year-old in 2016 as they continue to search for a marquee signing, and Goal, citing AS, claim that the South American is unsettled in Madrid.

It’s understood that Rodriguez believes that he’s been treated unfairly by manager Rafa Benitez of late, while he’s also eager to have his salary increased to put him in line with other big name players at the Bernabeu.

The former Porto man has only started twice in league action this term, but has two goals to his name, while he netted 13 times and laid on 13 assists last term under Carlo Ancelotti.

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