Real Madrid are set to offer Manchester United James Rodriguez in a cut-price deal, according to The Sun.
The Columbian attacking midfielder was once valued at around £100million by Madrid, but could be offered to United for a price well below that figure.
The Galacticos signed Rodriguez in 2014 for £68million following his sparkling performances at the World Cup, but in recent years has struggled to become a regular starter for Madrid.
Loans at Bayern Munich have taken place in recent seasons, and now The Sun are reporting that Madrid President Florentino Perez is keen to get the player’s £250,000-a-week wages of the books.
However, with United seemingly targeting many other players around Europe, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may not feel Rodriguez is the right fit for United.
Especially since the signing of Bruno Fernandes in January has been a masterstroke from United, with the ex Sporting Lisbon man hitting the ground running at Old Trafford.