Everton Midfielder James Rodriguez is reported to have finally found his way out of Guddison Park after long struggle to get himself out for a new football challenge.
According to reports by B/R Football, the Colombian national team captain has gone to Qatar club known as All Rayyan football club.
This is after a long negotiation on his deal both with the new club and now former club Everton that had some higher hopes of Keeping him at Guddison Park this seasons.
A major signing made by the team's manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer which even made Cavani lose his favorite number seven shirt to the five time balon d'Or winner.
Since the signing of Ronaldo, Cavani has never made any appearance in the team in the last three to four matches played.
The main reason behind his worrying absence is yet to be known as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer keeps on cooling down fans worries by bringing in the star player's injury updates as the only reason behind his absence.
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