Real Madrid confirm James calf injury
James Rodriguez sustained a calf injury while playing against Real Valladolid on Saturday, Real Madrid has confirmed. James was included in the starting line-up for Madrid's 1-1 draw at the Santiago Bernabeu, despite missing all their pre-season matches as he was expected to leave the club.
Kovac still scanning horizon for fresh Bayern blood
Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac said Wednesday his side was still open to bringing in some fresh blood before the European transfer window closes.
James unsure of future at Madrid amid interests from clubs
James Rodriguez remains in the dark about his Real Madrid future amid links with an array of European clubs.
James Rodriguez to leave Bayern Munich
Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez will leave Bayern Munich ahead of next season after the club decided not to sign him permanently from Real Madrid, Kicker magazine reported on Monday.
Spain taxman drops accusations against James Rodriguez
Spain's taxman has dropped accusations that Colombia's James Rodriguez evaded millions of euros in taxes when he played at Real Madrid, the El Mundo daily reported Tuesday.
Enigmatic Quintero steps up for Colombia as James doubts persist
A new injury to James Rodriguez, this time to his right calf, has thrust the mercurial Juan Fernando Quintero back into the foreground ahead of Colombia's World Cup clash against England.
James Rodriguez has 'bruising', no decision on England game
Colombia striker James Rodriguez has "minor bruising" in a calf muscle but no decision has been taken on whether he will play against England in the World Cup last 16, the team said late Saturday. James, who was top scorer at the 2014 World Cup with six goals, limped off in the first half of…
Rodriguez may miss World Cup opener against Japan
Colombia talisman James Rodriguez, the sensation of the last World Cup, is a doubtful starter for today’s Group H opener against Japan in Saransk.Rodriguez, the top scorer in Brazil 2014 with six goals in five matches, missed a training session in Kazan on Friday due to muscle fatigue.
Colombia aiming for best-ever World Cup
Colombia will not take struggling Asian giants Japan for granted when the two sides meet in their World Cup opener in Saransk, Seville striker Luis Muriel said Sunday. "Los Cafeteros" are aiming to top their run to the quarter-finals in Brazil four years ago with a talented side rich with the attacking talents of captain…
Bayern's James has nothing to prove to Real Madrid - Zidane
Zinedine Zidane insists James Rodriguez has nothing to prove to him when the Colombian faces Real Madrid with Bayern Munich in their Champions League semi-final, first leg, on Wednesday. James has shone at Bayern since Zidane let him leave Real on a two-year loan deal last July at the end of three often difficult seasons…