Bayern Munich midfielder James Rodriguez has reportedly made a decision on his future at the club.
This is according to the report from trusted Spanish newspaper Marca which revealed that James Rodriguez does not see a future for himself at Bayern Munich.
James Rodriguez is on a two-year loan deal at German champions Bayern Munich having joined the Bavarian giants from Real Madrid at the start of last season.
It was revealed that James Rodriguez has decided not to stay at Bayern Munich despite the return of Zinedine Zidane to Real Madrid.
French football legend Zidane was in charge of the Real Madrid team when James Rodriguez was told that he’s surplus to requirements at the club and that prompted the Liverpool target to sign for Bayern Munich on a temporary deal.
Zidane has been reappointed as the Real Madrid manager just nine points after he resigned from the job.
Bayern Munich paid £11m for the two-year loan deal for James Rodriguez until this summer with an option to sign him permanently for £36m.
The Colombian international playmaker is said to be frustrated with the Bavarian giants’ failure to discuss a permanent transfer with him and he has already started weighing up his options.
James Rodriguez was previously linked with a move to the Premier League with clubs like Arsenal and Liverpool.