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The World Cup has given players the chance to shine on a global stage.That Real appear willing to sell Argentina's Angel di Maria, who also enjoyed a terrific World Cup, to make way for Rodriguez suggests the player is very much a top priority for Los Blancos, with various reports putting the transfer fee at 70 million euros ($95 million).Rodriguez joined Monaco from FC Porto for 45 million euros.The mercurial Japanese midfielder has been on the fringes of the Manchester United team since joining from Borussia Dortmund for around 20 million euros ($27 million) but had hoped to put himself back in the spotlight with Japan at the World Cup.But the Asian champions limped out of the tournament at the first hurdle, finishing bottom of their group, while Kagawa barely made any kind of impression and was dumped to the bench for their game against Greece.maverick striker had been on the verge of a big-money move to the English Premier League ahead of the World Cup but interest has now waned and AC Milan may be forced to offload him on a cut-price deal.
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