Cristiano Ronaldo may be working on the 'recruitment' of reinforcements for next season at Juventus and one of his goals is his former Real Madrid teammate, James Rodriguez.
According to the German newspaper Bild, the seven of Juve would be trying to convince the Colombian to go to Italian football and would have made a video call to talk to James, who played at Bayern Munich last season.
James was lent by Real Madrid and if the Germans want to stay with him in definitive they will have to pay 42 million Euros. However, the local press says that the Bavarians do not think about exercising this option in the contract.
James Rodriguez would not find a very favorable scenario going back to Santiago Bernabeu, since it was little used by the technician Zinedine Zidane in the past.
On the other hand, according to the press in Spain, Juventus is not the only squad interested in the Colombian. Napoli, under the command of Carlo Ancelotti, who was coach of Real at the time of hiring James, is also in the fight to hire the attacker.