The Colombian international James Rodriguez, who is currently playing for the Spanish giant Real Madrid has made the announcement  that he is not leaving Real Madrid after scoring twice in his side's 3-0 Copa del Rey win over Sevilla on Wednesday.


According to the sources the Premier League giant Chelsea are reportedly planning a sensational £75million move for the Colombian international and Real Madrid’s playmaker James Rodriguez as replacement for the Brazilian international Oscar, who is all set to move to the Chinese Super League club.

And recently the Colombian international and Rea Madrid’s playmaker James Rodriguez himself admitted that he is happy at Real Madrid but cannot guarantee remaining at Real Madrid during the January transfer window because he wants to play more and claims he has offers on the table over a potential move.


As the 25-year-old Colombian international James Rodriguez, who has already made 63 appearances with scoring 21 goals for Real Madrid since joining the club back in 2014 after deciding to leave Monaco, has found first-team football hard to come by in recent months under manager France legend and new head coach Zinedine Zidane, most importantly the Colombia international has made just eight La Liga starts for Los Blancos this season, with the likes of Isco, Luka Modric and Mateo Kovacic all in front of him in the pecking order, which was indicating the possibilities of Rodriguez’s exit door.


But, recently the Spanish giant playmaker James Rodriguez has ended speculation linking him with a move away from Real Madrid by confirming he will stay and fight for his place.

As speaking to the beIN Sports after scoring twice against Sevilla on Wednesday, James said, "All of us who are in the team always want to play.

"But I am fine. We all go through difficult times and now it's a new year and I have new desires in life. I am staying, I am staying."