Bayern Munich have
reached an agreement over personal terms with James Rodriguez ahead of his permanent move from Real Madrid next season, according to reports.
The 27-year-old moves to Allianz Arena last summer on a two season-long loan after failing to get regular playing time under former coach Zinedine Zidane with Bundesliga Champions have the option to buying the Colombia International permanently next June, for just €35m, a sum which is on top of the €13m loan fee.
According to Kicker reporting via journalist Ronan Murphy which has confirmed that Bayern Munich and Rodriguez have now reached an agreement over personal terms after former Monaco and Porto playmaker notches eight goals and providing 14 assists across all competitions which Bavarian Bayern to clinch their six league titles in a row.
Rodriguez has featured times for Niko Kovač’s side and scored two goals and added an assist in all competitions.