James Rodríguez, the Premier League and Serie A await you

first_imgJames Rodríguez is very close to finishing his second stage at Real Madrid. Zidane does not have the Colombian for his next project (Odegaard has advanced his preferences in every way) and 10 of the coffee selection You already know that in summer, once you know how this course ends, you have free access to find equipment. There are two powerful markets waiting for you with open arms: Italy and England.In Serie A he has two teams that especially like James’ exquisite left foot. Napoli, who almost signed him last season (Madrid asked for a transfer and the Neapolitans wanted a transfer with the right to buy), and Juventus. There is his friend and ex-partner Cristiano, with whom he also shares an agent (Jorge Mendes). James has a football in the three-quarter line that the bianconeri could use very well and the Portuguese crack, if he is finally still in Turin, would help him in his adaptation to make him feel at home. The Colombian also has a market in the Premier, which will turn 29 on July 12. Manchester United has already been interested in his situationGiven that Old Trafford’s players cannot continue accumulating failures and they need two or three renowned signings that provide their main deficiency: quality and touch football. Curiously, Pogba could exchange his destination route with the left-hander from Cúcuta. Also in the Premier Everton asked about his situation, given that just with Ancelotti James had in Madrid his best football year (2014-15).Madrid know they are in a good position, given that even though James only has one year left on his contract (it ends in 2021), his listing at Transfermarkt remains at an acceptable figure: 40 million. It, added to his annual record (7 net) would allow the club to get good money for the Colombian knowing that if he stayed he would hardly count for Zidane and on January 1 he could negotiate with any club to leave for free within a yearor. An option that right now neither the entity nor the player himself values. James reaches his final point with Madrid, which he reached in the summer of 2014 as the Golden Boot of the World Cup in Brazil (6 goals).last_img read more

Living the Dream takes first, Horst sixth in individual races at Crashed Ice finale

first_imgThe Red Bull Crashed Ice season came to an end last night in Edmonton and it was a great finish for Adam Horst. Horst and his teammates with Living the Dream overcame a big points deficit to finish the season as the top team, and Horst himself had his best finish of the year in the individual races as he finished in sixth place.Living the Dream came into the final races of the season down 440 points on Prestige Worldwide. Living the Dream got the win they needed and the help down the standings chart as well as Prestige Worldwide had their lowest finish of the year as they came in fifth place. The result meant that Living the Dream finished on top by 110 points.Prior to this weekend Horst’s best finish in individual competition this year was eighth in Helsinki, Finland. His sixth place finish put him 13th overall in the standings to wrap up the year with a total of 960 points.- Advertisement –last_img read more