James Rodriguez at Milan: Mendes’ proposal for the post-Calhanoglu
James Rodriguez displaced by Ancelotti’s farewell to Everton seems willing to follow in the footsteps of his mentor, and leave the Toffees. Italy could also be in its future as its agent, Jorge Mendes, has begun to probe the field for possible new destinations.
James Rodriguez is also in the Milan cauldron of the transfer market , in search of Calhanoglu’s heir who moved to Inter . The rumors coming from England tell of the Colombian’s desire to leave Everton after the farewell of his mentor Ancelotti. A situation that prompted his agent, Jorge Mendes, to take action to find a suitable destination. Among the hot names, also that of Milan.
Jorge Mendes has already tested the ground with Milan for the possible transfer of his client. In fact, the agent sees in the Rossoneri team a possible ideal destination for James Rodriguez, especially now that the Colombian would fill the gap left after Calhanoglu’s departure . Midfielder, attacking midfielder and if necessary also mezzala, the former Real Madrid with his experience and his technique could prove to be the right resource for the Rossoneri. The latter, however, seem willing to fish in the Premier, since they have also initiated contacts with Chelsea for Ziyech, as well as for Giroud with whom there is a general agreement and Bakayoko.
The only hitch could be represented by the hiring of James Rodriguez who currently earns around 6 million euros. A reduction in salary would therefore be necessary for the Colombian who seems determined to leave Everton. A situation linked to the farewell of Ancelotti, which surprised him and not a little, and which in fact does not worry Everton very much, which in the last season had to deal with the various injuries of the player, and which from a “fair point of view” financial play, “could benefit from his farewell. First of all because it would cut a heavy salary and then because it could collect a decent treasure. At the moment, its market valuation is just under 30 million.