Again, Everton has completed the signing of Colombian playmaker James Rodriguez from Real Madrid on a two-year deal, with an option of extending to a third season.
James became the second player Carlos Anchelotti has signed after he'd brought in Brazilian midfielder Allan from Napoli, Italy.
Carlo Ancelotti's plan of fortifying Everton for the next season Premier league campaign is becoming strong by bringing in James Rodriguez from Real Madrid to Everton.
James, who was named La Liga’s best midfielder in 2014/2015 La Liga season, after scoring 13 goals and providing 13 assists in 29 games under the Ancelotti.
James Rodriguez also had an excelling world cup campaign in 2014, scoring six goals and won the Golden boot award.
He has won eight domestic titles, across Europe, claiming two UEFA Champions Leagues title with Real Madrid 2015/2016 and 2016/2017, one La Liga title, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup all with Real Madrid and an Europa League title with Porto in 2010/11.
James said during an interview "I'm really happy to be at this great club, a club with so much history, and here with a manager who knows me really well,”
James signed for the Spanish giant real Madrid for €80m in 2014 from the French side AS Monaco, after he had scored 9 goals in 34 league games and was named in Ligue 1’s team of the year.
Everton, who ended the last Premier league campaign sitting 12th on the log will begin the new Premier League season with a trip to Jose Mourinho's Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.