German giant Bayern Munich have completed the signing of Real Madrid and Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez on a two-year loan deal which runs to June 30, 2019, with an option to buy him according to report from the official website of Bayern Munich.
The move to the German side marks the end of Rodriguez’s three-year stay in the Spanish capital, after his transfer from Monaco to Real Madrid in 2014 for around €80.
His transfer in 2014 made him the fourth-most expensive player in history as at the time.
Since his arrival to Madrid in the last three years, the Colombian have won the UEFA Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup twice with the Spanish side as well as La Liga once. In total he made 111 competitive appearances for Real, scoring 36 goals and giving 41 assists.
A statement on the Real Madrid website read: “Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have agreed to the transfer of James Rodriguez for the next two seasons, subject to a medical.
The Colombian was seen on Sky Sports News where he was unveiled with jersey no 24 in Germany.