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James Rodriguez leaves the Premier League for Qatar's Al Rayyan |  football |  Sports

James Rodriguez leaves the Premier League for Qatar’s Al Rayyan | football | Sports

This signing could serve as a bridge to join Paris Saint-Germain before the end of this contract, because the owners of the French club.

Diario As

James Rodriguez will become Al Rayyan’s new player in the next few hours. The Spanish newspaper AS has learned that the Colombian midfielder will sign with the Qatari club for the next three seasons.

This signing could serve as a bridge to join Paris Saint-Germain before the end of this decade, as the French club’s owners will be very familiar with the level he shows in the Qatari league. It will depend on the performance that the coffee ball player shows in his new team that his future runs through Paris.

James traveled to Qatar yesterday to negotiate his signature with Al Rayyan. The Colombian midfielder was not part of Everton’s plans and was given permission to travel to Doha with the aim of reaching an agreement with the Qatari club.

The former Real Madrid player is accompanied by his agent, Jorge Mendes. The negotiations of the Portuguese delegate bore fruit and James will become a new player for Al Rayyan team within the next few hours.

James hasn’t played a minute for Everton in more than four months, and Benitez’s arrival on the English club’s bench has shut down the gates of ownership once and for all.

In fact, the Spanish coach told him weeks ago that he was not in his plans. Last weekend he was not included in the squad for the match against Aston Villa. Benitez justified his absence due to alleged muscular issues, but the truth is that James already knew Al Rayyan’s best interest and didn’t want to risk injury.

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The presence of Laurent Blanc on the bench in Al Rayyan is one of the incentives that James found to sign with the Qatari club, because the Frenchman is the big supporter of his arrival.

The Colombian met hours ago with the coach of Al Rayyan to learn about the idea of ​​his game and the role he will play in his plan. Blanc asked for James to sign, because he was convinced that he could restore the best version of a world player. (Dr)