Emerging reports from the German Bundesliga outfit Bayern Munch has given the North London outfit Arsenal a major lift ahead of the coming summer transfer window.
It is reported that the 2-year loan spell of Colombia international James Rodriguez would be coming to an end in Germany by June later this year and the tendency of returning to his parent club is unknown.
The report claims that Bayern Munich had the opportunity to hand James Rodriguez a permanent deal that will have him remain but they have turned down the opportunity.
However, the Bundesliga giants are the only club standing in the way of the North London side from clinching the signature of James Rodriguez which means they will now have a free ride to the table for discussions.
It is reported that James Rodriguez is not interested in returning back to his parent’s club Real Madrid as he does not wish to work under manager Zinedine Zidane because of their sour relationship.
However, it is now left to the Gunnera team to step forward with the right offer to be able to land their dream transfer as soon as the summer window is opened.
Meanwhile, there are fears that the Gunners team will not be able to meet with the asking price for James Rodriguez as manager Unai Emery will only be handed £40 million for the market.