Bayern Munich are interested in swapping James Rodriguez for Paulo Dybala, according to the Bild.
Reportedly, the Colombian recently had a angry outburst in the dressing room at the expense of manager Niko Kovač, though Kovač apparently wasn’t present at the time, during which he angrily pointed out that this was not Frankfurt, alluding to Kovač’s previous club Eintracht. Various outlets spoke about the Croatian coach being on the verge of being sacked, but the club then came to his aid and refuted such rumours decisively.
It now seems they’ve decided to dispense with the services of James instead, and they are ready to offer him to Juventus and ask for Dybala to go the other way.
As with James in Germany, a number of reports have claimed Dybala was unhappy with Juventus’ acquisition of Cristiano Ronaldo during the summer transfer window, but the player has so far had an impressive season. He has scored six goals in 10 competitive games so far, and he’s been named Man of the Match in three of them.
Back in April 2017, Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge openly said he would like to bring the Argentine to the Allianz Arena.
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