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James Rodriguez: “Nobody at Real Madrid wants me”

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On Twitch, Everton player James Rodriguez addressed the prospect of returning to Real Madrid. A fan asked him about the return possibility, and the Colombian joked: “Nobody there wants me. That’s part of soccer, girls, and guys.”

At Real Madrid, James doesn’t think anyone needs him anymore. In a joking way, the Everton player said on Twitch. He was answering questions from the fans there and was asked about the opportunity to return to Real Madrid.

“Nobody here wants me. That’s part of soccer, girls, and guys. I assume the fans are fond of me,’ he said. It is worth noting that not a great one was his last spell. He failed to play regularly and he was more used as a substitute.

How about moving back to Colombia and retiring there? To be honest, it isn’t part of my plans. In two, three, or four years, who knows that life and football will change, but I don’t think so. I don’t think so right now,” he said. At the moment, in the Premier League, he is important to Ancelotti.

Actually, in the game against Liverpool, which was a very important victory for the Toffees, he was brilliant. James is becoming more and more important steadily. His stats and character at Everton are clear examples of that.

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