Liverpool have been linked with a summer move for James Rodriguez after the Columbian decided to not extend his time at Bayern Munich, according to the Mirror.

Rodriguez was sent out on a two-year loan deal from Real Madrid in 2017 after a disappointing time with Los Blancos.

He went on to score 15 goals and notch 20 assists in 67 appearances in Munich, winning the Bundesliga title two seasons in a row.

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Bayern have the option of buying him on a permanent basis for £37million, but the 27-year-old doesn’t want to stay in Germany.

Rodriguez will return to Madrid to discuss his future, with a move away from his parent club the most likely outcome.

Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United are all keen on bringing the playmaker to the Premier League, though Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are also interested.

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