James Rodríguez spoke to televisión reporters after the Club World Cup final in Yokohama, which Real Madrid won 4-2 against Kashima Antlers after extra time, and said he does not know if he will stay at the Bernabéu.
On the bench
The Colombia international has featured sporadically for Real Madrid since Zinedine Zidane assumed the first team reins and speculation about his future continues apace. James was again an unused substitute in Yokohama, with Zidane sending on Isco, Mateo Kovacic, Nacho and Álvaro Morata during the game.
"You have to look at your options"
“I’m happy here, but I want to play more,” James said. “I want to stay at Madrid forever, but you have to think about everything and look at your options. I have offers and I've got seven days to think about it."
Update 12 May 2017: James has reached an initial agreement with Manchester United.