James Rodriguez scored a hat-trick for Bayern Munich on Sunday but he remains unsettled with the Bundesliga champions, according to reports.
According to Marca, Rodriguez does not want Bayern Munich to sign him permanently once his loan spell finishes.
The talented attacking midfielder is on a two-year loan from Real Madrid which expires this summer and Bayern Munich have an option to trigger a permanent deal.
But Rodriguez would rather move elsewhere, despite breaking into the Bayern Munich team and impressing recently.
The Colombia international has been linked with a Premier League switch with Spanish media outlet Don Balon claiming Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton are interested.
Rodriguez is unlikely to break into Real Madrid’s team when he returns as Zinedine Zidane has returned as manager.
And his current situation will alert Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton to his potential availability. If they had scouts watching him this weekend, they would have been thoroughly impressed.
The 27-year-old played a starring role as Bayern Munich blew Mainz away with a hat-trick and a man of the match performance in a 6-0 win.
It took his season tally to seven Bundesliga goals and his upturn in form should have this Premier League trio licking their lips.
Bayern Munich have a €42m (just over £35m) purchase option, as per Marca, and this could end up being a bargain for Arsenal, Liverpool or Everton if they could negotiate a similar price.