This summer transfer window has been full of surprises with Cristiano Ronaldo moving out of Juventus to United and Messi leaving Barcelona for PSG.
These transfers could never be thought of and it seems like there's still more to come with this latest transfer of the Everyone star.
Formal Real madrid star and colombian football James Rodriguez has joined Qatari club Al Rayyan from Everton.
The playmaker missed the start of Benítez’s debut season at Everton with Covid issues but has been overlooked since returning to full training. He scored six goals in 26 appearances for the club last season, when a highly impressive start was disrupted by injury.
Potential moves to Porto and Istanbul Basaksehir failed to materialise during the European transfer window but an alternative is the Middle East has finally been achieved.
The move to Everton saw him unite with formal manager Carlo Ancelotti for the third time, having already played under the Italian coach at Madrid and Bayern Munich.
James made a high start to life at the Merseyside club, scoring three goals in his first four matches in the premier league before being left out of the team.
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