Manchester United will reportedly press ahead with a January move for Real Madrid's James Rodriguez.
The Colombian international scored 17 times in 46 appearances during his first season at Real Madrid, but struggled for first-team action last term and has also started the new campaign out of favour under Zinedine Zidane.
The 25-year-old stayed at the Bernabeu in the summer despite a host of speculation, but it is understood that he will be allowed to leave in the winter transfer window if interested clubs match the attacker's valuation.
According to Don Balon, Man United boss Jose Mourinho is still on the lookout for another attacking midfielder and has identified James as the player to add pace and invention to his team.
It is understood that James favours a move to Man United over Chelsea and Arsenal.
Source: Sport Mole