The press versions suggest that the '10' would return to Europe. The Asian club reacts.

The press versions suggest that the '10' would return to Europe. The Asian club reacts.

James Rodríguez's future is uncertain. That seems to be the only reality in the midst of the press information circulating in recent hours.

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This Sunday, in the Colombian morning, a message from the Dutch journalist Martijn van Zijtveld, from the reputed chain 'ESPN', hinted that Rodríguez could be a new player for PSV Eindoven in the Netherlands, a club where he played a couple of years ago. years also Colombian Santiago Arias.

“Personally I can report that James Rodriguez was in the physical center where PSV Eindhoven do all their check-ups”
, van Zijtveld had pointed out.

Your argument was supported by a leading question.

“Can Marcel Brands really pull this one out of his hat?” van Zijtveld asked in his message.

Who is that Brands? He was Everton's sporting director when Carlo Ancelotti was determined to bring James to the British club. Brands, said in practical terms, was the one who made the Real Madrid player's free departure possible. The crisis of the team in which Yerry Mina is still involved claimed the head of this manager, who ended up at PSV again in the role of person in charge of movements and signings and who would have contacted the Colombian to take him as a replacement for Mario Gotze , who went to the German Eintracht Frankfurt.

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Now, after the generated echo, Al Rayyan from Qatar, the team with which James Rodríguez has a current contract, responded with a series of photos in which he would imply that the '10' from Cucuta is not in the Netherlands, as the reporter implied.

Al Rayyan's response

Press versions suggest that the '10' would return to Europe. The Asian club ;tico reacts.

Through his social networks, after the echo of the European press information, Al Rayyan published a series of videos and photographs of what would be his training session for the day.

In that material, precisely, James Rodríguez steals all the limelight.

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According to the club version, Al Rayyan is training in Qatar, but in the next few hours he will leave to play a series of matches in, paradoxically, the Netherlands.

Dutch journalist 'backs off'

After Al Rayyan's response, Martijn van Zijtveld posted a message on his account in which he somewhat reverses his morning security.

“James tonight in training with Al Rayyan. That doesn't make it impossible, but it does make it highly unlikely that he was in Eindhoven today. Apologies if I made people happy with a half-dead sparrow. I relied (perhaps too much) on a source previously informed”, he said in the last few minutes.

In the midst of the commotion,The renowned journalist specializing in the transfer market, Fabrizio Romano, assured on his Twitter account that, at the moment, “James doesn't know anything about PSV.”

“Many doubts about James Rodríguez after the rumors about today's medical tests as a new PSV Eindhoven player. No, I have been told that James does not know anything about PSV as things stand. James wants to return to European football, that is why he has not yet accepted the Botafogo's offer. Race still open”, published the specialist.

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What does James say?

Minutes after the information of his possible arrival in the Netherlands took flight, Rodríguez published a photograph in which the description with an hourglass logo was presented as an enigma.

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