Real Madrid winger, James Rodriguez, is set to join Premier League club, Everton by Wednesday.
Sky Sports reports that an understanding between Real Madrid and Everton over the exchange of Rodriguez could be under 48 hours away, with the Colombia global expected to go through a clinical not long from now.
The arrangement would see Rodriquez unite with Everton director, Carlo Ancelotti at Goodison Park for a third time, having played under him at Real Madrid and Bayern Munich before.
Rodriquez, who wins around £200,000 per week at Real Madrid, has been esteemed excess to prerequisites by the Los Blancos mentor, Zinedine Zidane.
The 29-year-old battled for games last season, showing up for the La Liga champions in all rivalries.
Rodriquez, who has a year left on his Real Madrid contract, is quick to sign a three-year manage Ancelotti’s side.
Then, a month ago, Ancelotti was gotten some information about the chance of marking Rodriquez, however the Toffees supervisor made light of the possibility that any real methodology had been made for the forward.
“James Rodriguez? I like, I like him a lot as a player,” Ancelotti said.
“When I left Madrid, James Rodriguez followed me to Munich. He came to play.
“But he followed me as a rumour to Napoli, and now he’s following me here to Everton as a rumour.
“I have to be honest. I like him a lot. But he is a Real Madrid player. I think he’ll still be a Real Madrid player.”