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James Rodriguez hopes to prove his mettle at Bayern Munich

James Rodriguez transfer, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid

James Rodriguez finally made a move to Bayern Munich for regular playing time. It came as a perfect birthday gift for him on his 26th birthday. He hopes to prove his mettle at Bayern, and give a slap on Real Madrid’s management team.

Colombian captain was finding life difficult at Santiago Bernabeu. He often finds himself on Real Madrid’s bench during his three years stay. He won seven trophies with the Los blancos, which includes two Uefa Champions League trophy as well, but he personally feels regular playing time is more important than lifting the elite silverware.

Bayern Munich is not a bad choice, if it guarantees regular playing time. Bavarinas have a very good domestic records, and they fancy to win Uefa Champions League trophy every year as well.

Five time European winners will strengthen themselves with arrival of Colombian no.10 in their team, and 2018 may be the year for them to win their sixth European Cup.

Carlo Ancelotti wanted Rodriguez in his team, and his wish get fulfilled to work with him again on Wednesday. Colombian signed a two year loan spell deal from Real Madrid to Bayern Munich. He wishes to make a good fit at Allianz Arena, and prove his mettle at the Bavarian battle ground.

Rodriguez told the official Bayern Munich’s club website,”I am very happy and looking forward to being at huge club and in a great team. Everyone knows what FC Bayern stands for and what the club is about.”

“It’s a new culture, a new club, a new life. But, i’m really fired up, i’m dreaming big, and i’m hoping for great success here.”

Zinedine Zidane – Real Madrid’s current coach may be losing one of his jewels to a European long time rival, but he knows the strength of his team. He knows how to use his full squad and he will only realise Rodriguez loss when his squad will fail to deliver next season, and Rodriguez will achieve new heights in Bavarian jersey.ja

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