James Rodríguez is still looking for a way out of Al-Rayyan and would be refusing to play in Qatar

A real ‘soap opera’ has become the output of James Rodriguez of Al-Rayyan of the Qatar Stars League, after the Colombian has expressed that he does not want to continue in the Middle East.

The 31-year-old player has spent 5 months without playing a single minute with the club led by the Argentine Nicholas Cordova, who knows that he will not be able to count on the cucuteño this season in Arab football.

James lost the first game of the Qatar Stars League for an apparent long-term injury, information that was leaked in the Qatari media and that the footballer himself allied himself to deny through his social networks, indicating that he is overcoming a muscular problem.

But in the last few hours, the Colombian journalist Javier Hernandez Bonnet revealed the unusual reason why the talented midfielder of the Colombia selection is not playing games at the start of the Qatar Stars League. Through its sports program in BluRadio, the communicator affirmed that James is pressing to leave Taste.


The Colombian continues to train with Al-Rayyan while defining his future. Photo: Twitter Al-Rayyan

“He is good and healthy, he is not injured, what he is doing is boring. He is waiting to reach an agreement with Al-Rayyan to undo the contract, that is why he does not play, according to sources, he is in good condition, but it is not known if he is in good football because he does not play”, Indian Bonnet.

Furthermore, the director of sports blog pointed out that people from Cucuta have not found an attractive destination, due to their high economic demands: “What they have not been able to find is a salary scale that is similar to what is earned in the Al-RayyanThis is very complicated, he wants to finish the contract, with a good salary, but there is no club that can give him that money”.

James currently earns in Qatar more than 12 million euros per year.  Photo: Twitter Al-Rayyan

James currently earns in Qatar more than 12 million euros per year. Photo: Twitter Al-Rayyan

Currently, James Rodriguez has a contract with Al-Rayyan until June 2024 and is earning more than €12 million per season, a prohibitive figure that would be alienating the interested clubs that ask about the Colombian.

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